Why North Texas School Districts Are Turning To Voters For More Funding

The share of education costs paid by the state has decreased in the past few years, leaving local taxpayers to make up the difference.

By Bill ZeebleOctober 10, 2018 9:30 am| , , ,

From KERA:

Voters in the Dallas school district and others in north Texas will decide on tax ratifications elections, or TREs, this November.

These tax measures, which have becoming increasingly popular ballot items in the last decade, are meant to generate millions more for school districts, but not all of them pass.

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