Eye On Boise

Schools could get back part of budget cuts

Strong tax revenues in April, the biggest month of the year, could mean Idaho's public schools will get up to a $55 million one-time boost at the end of this fiscal year on July 1 - an amount that exceeds the $47 million cut state lawmakers imposed on schools for next year. That wouldn't stop the bleeding - it doesn't reverse the unprecedented $128.5 million in cuts schools took this year, which are continuing next year. But it's a sign that the gloomy revenue assumptions lawmakers used to slash budgets were off. You can read my full story here at spokesman.com.




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Betsy Z. Russell
Betsy Russell covers Idaho news from the state capitol in Boise and writes the Eye on Boise blog.

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