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Scott: We should know the combined index

Scott: We should know the combined index

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To the editor:

In reference to the reversion plan adopted by both city and county, I have not seen any provision for the new state composite index which is the formula to fund public schools. -- For those who may not be aware, the index -- is supposed to show how much revenue per person and per student a local government has which translates how much the state pays each locality for each student.

Does anyone (government or media official) know what the new (combined city/county) index will be for the new merged school system?

Will the merger index composite be an improvement over the two separate ones?

RANDY SCOTT

Henry County

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