(AMMON) – Members of District 93’s school board met Wednesday to discuss the renewal of a $3 million levy.
Officials told Local News 8 that projected cuts in education statewide would mean less funding for school districts. They say a levy is needed just to keep the district afloat.
The district plans to discuss the levy further at a meeting on Jan. 9.
Idaho ranks as one of the last in the nation for education spending per student.
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