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K–12 Funding Sources

What are the K–12 funding sources? Local public education agencies draw upon a variety of sources to fund K–12 education. The largest source is state funding. Local tax revenue fills in most of the rest, with a small piece from federal and private sources. Schools usually have complete control over local funding, but these funds are encumbered for salaries and operations. Federal and state dollars are strictly regulated, but have a disproportional impact on the purchase of supplemental materials and services.

Funding Sources

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