DANBURY — A legal fight that has been fought for years over the state’s formula for funding public schools is finally in the hands of a judge.

A coalition of Connecticut cities has long argued state aid should be redistributed more heavily from wealthy towns to poorer communities and urban areas.

At the same time, the cost of inaction is too high, Villar said.

It took us a decade to get to this point, and our kids can’t wait another decade for relief,” he said. “Every kid gets one shot at a school year, and then it’s gone.”

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