Statehouse rhetoric on the enactment of school funding legislation has centered on an early August deadline, so that funds can be transferred to school districts before their school years start. But information from the State Board of Education as well as the Comptroller’s office suggest that the early August deadline is arbitrary, and that the vast majority of school districts will have plenty of wiggle room if an agreement is not forged in the Statehouse over the next two weeks.

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