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Report finds education funding overhaul effective, calls for increased state investment Report finds education funding overhaul effective, calls for increased state investment

Report finds education funding overhaul effective, calls for increased state investment

“Overall, our outcomes are improving despite insufficient state investment in programs and schools. We must build on the progress of K–12 funding reform and ensure our early childhood and postsecondary programs are fully and equitably funded so students and families have access to the resources they need to thrive,” Advance Illinois said in its 2019 “The State We’re In” report.

2018 tax summaries show Pritzkers with more than $6M in gross income 2018 tax summaries show Pritzkers with more than $6M in gross income

2018 tax summaries show Pritzkers with more than $6M in gross income

Gov. J.B. Pritzker and his wife, M.K. Pritzker, reported more than $6 million in gross income last year, about $5.5 million of which was federally taxable, according to a nine-page summary of 2018 state and federal tax returns released by his campaign Tuesday. The governor’s campaign did not, however, release any tax return documentation regarding trust funds which benefit the Pritzkers.
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