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Most schools will see less state aid than last year

Early figures show Marshfield losing $400,000

9:05 PM, Jul. 1, 2013
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More than half of Wisconsin's schools could see lower state aid next year, according to preliminary figures released Monday by the Department of Public Instruction.

Although general aid to schools is set to increase $46 million, a 1.1 percent bump compared to last year, 54 percent of the state's schools will see lower aid payments, meaning local property taxpayers could shoulder a greater burden.

The Marshfield School District will receive $400,000 less then last year, a 2 percent drop. ...

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