Nebraska spending less on teachers than a decade ago

Nebraska's public schools are spending a smaller share of their total funds on teacher pay than a decade ago. The Nebraska Tax Research Council says that

school spending has shifted to other areas, such as pay for superintendents, principals and substitute teachers


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