Prince George's County lawmakers are expecting to see a change this session in how state education aid is calculated, a move that will result in more funding for the county’s schools.
But one plan being considered by the governor won’t get the job done fast enough, according to the chair of the county’s House delegation.
Education funding is calculated in part using an estimate of each county’s wealth, known as net taxable income –– a sort of financial snapshot taken annually on Sept. 1 using data from federal tax returns. The less-well-off counties receive more school funding.
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