Governor's budget proposal level funds public education
Governor Charlie Baker released House 1 (H1), the first budget of his administration, on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Baker's $38.1 billion budget proposal only slightly (by less than 1 percent, or about $66 million) increases funding for public education over the FY15 General Appropriation Act (GAA) level.
Read our full analysis of Governor Baker's first budget proposal — including specifics about proposed funding for preK-12, local aid, higher education, early education and employee benefits. Spreadsheets for each section of the proposed budget related to public education are available here.
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