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Rep. Jay Hughes: New School Spending Ranking

Spending – There is a direct correlation:

$11,009 National Average of per-student public school spending

$8,263 Mississippi per-student public school spending

46 Mississippi Ranking in public school spending

$176 Million Amount Public schools funded this year than what law requires

$9 Million Amount public schools cut after tax cuts produced less revenue

$4.8 Million Latest cut to Dept. of Ed last month to cover shortfalls

Claims by leadership:

“If our growth and state revenue moves back to where it needs to be that will increase the funding that flows to the classroom.” – Chairman of House Education Committee

“We have given more to public education than ever before.” – Senate Education Committee Chairman. (Shows how low we have been)

“There might be adequate funding within the state Department of Education — it’s just not going to the classroom.” – Speaker of the House. (must not be counting the $24 Million in the Classroom Supply Fund that went to the general fund instead of the classrooms).

We must do better!

Jay HughesOxford lawyer Jay Hughes serves the 12th District in the Mississippi House of Representatives. He can be contacted at jayfordistrict12@gmail.com.

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