Megan Jackson, an environmental inquiry specialist specialist, left, conducts a hands-on activity with second-graders and worms during an outdoor lesson at Lincoln Heights Elementary School in Fuquay-Varina on Oct. 26, 2017. State legislators are studying whether to overhaul the way North Carolina funds public schools.
Megan Jackson, an environmental inquiry specialist specialist, left, conducts a hands-on activity with second-graders and worms during an outdoor lesson at Lincoln Heights Elementary School in Fuquay-Varina on Oct. 26, 2017. State legislators are studying whether to overhaul the way North Carolina funds public schools. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Megan Jackson, an environmental inquiry specialist specialist, left, conducts a hands-on activity with second-graders and worms during an outdoor lesson at Lincoln Heights Elementary School in Fuquay-Varina on Oct. 26, 2017. State legislators are studying whether to overhaul the way North Carolina funds public schools. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

The way your child’s NC public school gets money to educate students could be changing

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