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During a Los Alamos Board of Education meeting Tuesday night, board member Joan Ahlers read a letter supporting the local schools’ position on a bill in the legislature that proposes to reform the state’s educational funding formula.With one day remaining in the legislative session, HB241 has yet to be passed by the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate as a whole before going to the governor for approval.Formulas set forth in HB241, as proposed, would reduce state funds to Los Alamos Public Schools by nearly $1.9 million a year. Los Alamos would be one of only three of the 89 districts that would lose money under the formula and by far the largest amount.
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