A report showing nearly three dozen South Dakota school districts falling short of teacher pay targets could be a trigger for legislators to take another look at the education funding formula. Wade Pogany, Executive Director of the Associated School Boards of South Dakota, says some patience is needed……
Pogany says it may be difficult for schools to stay competitive under the current plan…..
Pogany says some changes may be needed in the future…..
Some of the school districts missed the teacher pay formula by a tenth of a percent.