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Tag Archives: PTELL
There’s some misinformation flying around about the Governor’s amendatory veto of the school funding bill (SB 1) which needs to be addressed. The thing that’s got my attention is the discussion surrounding the calculation of the “hold harmless” provision. The … Continue reading
“The State has the primary responsibility for financing the system of public education.” Constitution of Illinois, Article X, Section 1 Until the turn of this century, the Foundation Level Grant was the primary component of state education support, and was … Continue reading
“The State has the primary responsibility for financing the system of public education.” Constitution of Illinois, Article X, Section 1 THE GIVETH PART: The Property Tax Extension Limitation Law (PTELL) is designed to limit the increases in property tax extensions … Continue reading