Williams News reports: Prop. 123 could bring $115,000 to Williams schools next year. See here for other viewpoints

| April 13, 2016

By Wendy Howell • Williams News

WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Residents of Arizona will be going to the polls May 17 to decide the fate of Proposition 123. The proposition adds education funding to K-12 schools and settles a lawsuit on K-12 funding between the state and the public schools.

The K-12 Education Funding Settlement Agreement would infuse $3.5 billion in additional education funding over the next 10 years and increase base per-pupil funding to $3,600 per year. According to Williams Unified School District Superintendent Rick Honsinger, the district would see an additional $115,000 next year and every year for the next 10 years if the measure is passed.

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