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Change in state law brings guessing game to Prescott-area school tax rates, teachers' contracts

Prescott Unified School District/Courtesy photo<br>
Currently school district funding is based on the number of students in the seats on the 100th day of school, for which the district gets its money from the state at the end of the fiscal year. School districts will now face a current year funding system, making teacher contracts, class assignments, and setting the tax rate officials’ best guess.

Prescott Unified School District/Courtesy photo<br> Currently school district funding is based on the number of students in the seats on the 100th day of school, for which the district gets its money from the state at the end of the fiscal year. School districts will now face a current year funding system, making teacher contracts, class assignments, and setting the tax rate officials’ best guess.

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