Nearby the state capital, educational leaders met and focused on what the state board of education's president called an ongoing budget crisis.
To state board members, it's unclear how school funding will be impacted, though the president believes at this time per-pupil funding, the amount schools receives from the state per student, will remain at last year's levels.
The State Board of Education president further believes members must focus on long term solutions to the problem including new sources of state revenue as well as how districts can be more efficient.
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