By the time the issue makes it to the Legislature again, the current funding system will have been in place for 10 years.
I guess that’s a good run for a school finance system, but I still question the need for wholesale changes.
Special to the Star-Telegram, by Bill Hammond, 09/18/14 –
Here we go again. Another fight over the way we fund our schools and the amount we spend on our students is heading to the Texas Supreme Court.
From The Wall Street Journal, By Kate Bachelder, Feb. 26, 2014 –
As primary season for the 2014 midterms continues, Congress isn’t the only place GOP candidates face opponents. In Texas, trial lawyers are funding primary challengers against three Republican justices on the state Supreme Court.
From Fort Worth Star-Telegram, By Bill Hanna, February 24, 2012 – In a landmark ruling that could affect the use and control of groundwater in Texas, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday that property owners have a vested interest in the water under their land.