Illinois high court upholds school funding system
CHICAGO – The Illinois Supreme Court has upheld a decision to toss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's system of funding public school districts largely through property taxes.
The high court issued its unanimous opinion Thursday, agreeing with a lower court ruling.
Hundreds of public school districts are funded mostly through property taxes. The state sets minimum per student funding levels with specified tax rates for each district.
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