Iowa Senate unveils own education reform proposal
It has been two and a-half months since Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad unveiled his new $187 million education reform proposal to the public, and no middle ground has been met yet between Iowa House of Representatives and Iowa Senate on what the final reform will say.
But, according to an April 2 Des Moines Register story, the middle ground will soon be met as House and Senate negotiations take place.
“They’re slowing us down right now in some of our next year’s planning and that type of stuff,” said Roy Stroud, Creston School District Business Manager, of the time the reform has been in talks. “We’re trying to negotiate staff next year for increases in their salaries and that type of stuff. So, not having allowable growth announced, ... we’re certifying a budget based on our best guesstimates at this time.”
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