After another strange turn of events in Springfield, school funding reform is again the law of the land. State Senator Andy Manar says Illinois’ state superintendent of schools has made a commitment to the Senate’s Education Committee that districts will start receiving additional state funding by the spring.
Manar says the bill Rauner vetoed that nearly held up school funding reform was a bill the Governor had asked for himself.
Manar says the state’s superintendent of schools has made a commitment to start getting the additional state money to school districts by April 1st.
Manar appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.