Schools in rural Georgia want more money from the state

March 6, 2001
Up to 40 school superintendents in less-populous parts of Georgia are considering a lawsuit that challenges how the state distributes its funding. They

Up to 40 school superintendents in less-populous parts of Georgia are considering a lawsuit that challenges how the state distributes its funding. They argue that poor, often isolated districts need more financial help.

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