The general assembly makes the following findings of fact:
(1) The present financial resources of cities, towns and the state are stretched to
their limit with regard to providing adequate funding for education, yet the need
to fund public education at its present level remains unabated.
(2) School districts, school departments, and school committees are limited in their
ability to seek alternative sources of funding for budgetary items outside of the
annual appropriation of state aid to education and municipal tax levies.
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