Michigan Public Schools Could Get Some State Funding Back

Public schools in Michigan could get part of their state funding back. A bill passed by the House Wednesday gives $56 more per-student for the rest of this budget year. That would help restore part of a $165 per student cut that's now in effect. While projections for the school aid fund have improved, some lawmakers say the economy is still too skittish to spend the extra money on schools.

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