A fresh update of a single budget chart shows who’s paying for public education in Texas: More than half of the money comes from local property taxpayers, just over a third comes from the state, and the federal government spends about a dime of every dollar schools cost.Read More
Author: Texas School Alliance
The Texas School Alliance welcomes the opportunity to openly and honestly discuss
the property tax burden on Texans that Governor Abbott highlighted in his recent
policy statement. While this is a complex issue about which reasonable minds can
differ, we wholeheartedly endorse the Governor’s statement on page 19.
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