A recent editorial advocated for public education to provide equal services to children of all income levels, and that this is achieved by finding ways to equalize funding.
Apparently, the present law allows the richer school districts to break away from low-income schools to give their children better educations. That is the opposite of what is best for our State.
Salt Lake City
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