Indiana lawmakers moving to okay full school funding

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – The next vote on the plan to fully pay for Indiana schools is coming this week.

Lawmakers in Indianapolis are moving to change state law to allow schools that moved online-only to get 100% of their state aid.

The law currently caps schools that don’t have at least 50% of classes in-person to just 85% of their state money.

The proposal saw a vote on a committee last week and will get a vote in a committee this week. Governor Holcomb supports the proposal.

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