(KCPW News) After all is said and done at the Utah Legislature this year, it looks like public education will be the biggest winner in next year’s budget. The legislature’s top budgeting committee has signed off on a 2 percent increase in funding, which will help when public schools are expected to grow by more than 14,000 students next year. Will it be just enough to maintain the status quo, or is this a leap forward for public education in Utah? KCPW’s Jeff Robinson spoke with State Superintendent Larry Shumway.
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