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Mon Jul 30, 2018, 06:06 PM

A decade after key court ruling, N.C. public school districts say they're owed millions by the state

Nearly a decade after a Superior Court judge found that state agencies owed public school districts almost $750 million, local and state school leaders say they will file a new legal complaint against North Carolina Wednesday.

In that new complaint, which will be filed in Wake County Superior Court, the N.C. School Boards Association (NCSBA) and “many school districts” say they will argue that the state legislature and state agencies have yet to meet their obligations under that ruling.

“The plaintiffs are seeking a win/win and remain willing and eager to work with the legislature and defendants to reach a mutually beneficial resolution,” the NCSBA said in a statement.

School districts say state agencies have held onto millions in civil penalty funds that they were constitutionally obligated to spend on public school technology.

Read more: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2018/07/30/a-decade-after-key-court-ruling-n-c-public-school-districts-say-theyre-owed-730-million-by-the-state/

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