Twelve local school districts stand to lose more than $4.3 million combined if the state Senate doesn't restore school building aid after the House passed on it, a new study shows.
The impact has superintendents upset at the possibility, to the point one raised the potential for a lawsuit.
"I'm deeply troubled by what appears to be another reneging on a promise that the state has undertaken with local school districts that goes back many, many years now," said Dover Superintendent John O'Connor. "School districts across the state will be lining up to take the state to court" if the promise isn't fulfilled.
You can also read our full report on Building Aid by school district online.