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From Erie: “Two local superintendents are adding their voices to a chorus of school district leaders calling for a new way to fund education.”

The Basic Ed Funding Commission continues its meetings around the state.

The Erie Times-News reports that, “Critics of the current formula say it is outdated and inequitable; the formula being developed will take into account the relative wealth of districts, local tax effort, geographic price differences, enrollment levels, local support as well as other factors, according to the commission.”