MISSOURI: Aid for Schools From New Lottery

January 1986
Education Week;1/29/1986, Vol. 5 Issue 20, p12
The article reports on the call from Missouri Governor John Ashcroft for legislators to make a statute law allowing the proceeds from the new lottery to be used in funding the education-reform package approved by the legislature on 1985. Ashcroft seeks for an increase to 937.1 million dollar in basic aid for public schools for 1986. The governor advised legislators that the reform package is to be funded by the expected 86 million dollars net from the lottery's first year in operation.


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