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02/08/2017

Governor Mark Dayton today detailed his proposal to grow opportunities for Minnesota kids and families across our state, as part of his Opportunity Agenda for a Better Minnesota. Governor Dayton’s Opportunity Agenda would provide better K-12 and early learning opportunities for students across Minnesota, and support Minnesota families caring for their kids at home and in childcare.

More Funding for Every Student, Everywhere in Our State – Governor Dayton’s budget would increase per pupil funding by two percent in each of the next two years for Minnesota’s K-12 public schools. These increases would invest an additional $371 million in all Minnesota public school districts, everywhere in Minnesota.

Fairmont Area Schools
$946,098

Granada-Huntley-East Chain
$135,777

Martin County West
$395,248

Truman
$129,872

Blue Earth AREA
$632,991

Jackson County Central
$649,699

The opportunity to succeed in life and create jobs in our economy is built on a world-class education. That is why Governor Dayton is committed to improving educational opportunities for every family, everywhere in Minnesota.
 


ROD HALVORSEN
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