Dayton seeks $52 more in aid per student
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton wants the state to add an extra $52 per public school student to the bedrock formula that determines how much districts get.
That jump is part of a more than $600 million increase in education spending that Dayton is seeking for the state's next two-year budget, which he outlined Tuesday morning.
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