Taking from the “Rich” school districts in South Texas and giving to the poor.
The Superintendent of Carrizo Springs ISD – Deborah Dobie:
“I’ve lived here for 40 years, and we’ve been poor for 38 of those years,”
She expects to pay the State $8 to $9 million next year.
Most school districts affected by the “new wealth” join to sue the Texas Education Agency over this.