SD superintendents to seek more than 3% bump in school aid
By Chet Brokaw
PIERRE — South Dakota school superintendents clearly appreciate Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s proposal to boost state financial aid to school districts by 3 percent next year, nearly double the inflationary increase required by state law. But they also plan to ask the Legislature for a little bit more.
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