Push for charter school growth puts district funding in jeopardy

State dollars dedicated to helping Florida’s highest poverty schools achieve academic success could have to stretch a little farther thanks to legislation passed by the Florida House of Representatives last week.

The new legislation, HB 7101, would require the district to allocate a larger percentage of Title I dollars directly to a larger number of schools by lowering the level of poverty in a school required to be eligible.

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