House and Senate education budgets: How they stack up
Smaller class sizes. More support staff. Greater access to mental health resources and welcoming schools where all students, no matter race or place, can thrive and succeed.
Students deserve all this and more, but not all of our elected officials are listening.
The House DFL’s education budget is a strong first step toward fully funding our schools. The Senate Republicans’ plan siphons money from our public schools and will force districts to make harmful budget cuts and lay off staff.
Here’s a comparison of the two proposals.