Schools get a break for a second year in a row from budget fight

Capitol Connection

SPRINGFIELD — Lawmakers voted to keep schools open for the year in a stop-gap budget passed Thursday.

Pana Superintendent Dr. David Lett says the bill is another step in the right direction, but still doesn’t address the state’s long-term education funding problem.

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