Updated June 17, 2017
Posted June 17, 2017
By Adam Clark | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
TRENTON — Democratic lawmakers this week unveiled a school funding proposal that would affect most New Jersey districts’ state aid for the upcoming school year.
The plan, billed as a potential first step to solving the state’s school funding problems, has its winners, losers and plenty of school districts that wouldn’t see much of a difference either way.
Here are the Democratic plan’s 20 biggest winners for the upcoming school year based on the percentage a district’s state aid would change compared to Gov. Chris Christie’s budget proposal.
The plan would need Christie’s approval before taking effect.
Note: The list does not include non-operating school districts that send all students to other districts and receive little state aid.