By Joseph De Avila (republished)
Jeffrey Villar, executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform, an advocacy group that doesn’t support increasing school spending, said the state should change how it allocates money between wealthy and low-income school districts to make it fairer. But coming up with a system that doesn’t reduce funding for wealthier districts will be tough as the state faces a $1.5 billion deficit for the coming fiscal year that begins in July, he said. “I think we face dramatic obstacles in resolving the issue,” Mr. Villar said.
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