Austin school leaders cannot bank on Texas legislators making the district whole after losing more than $95 million in funding over the past two years.
Nor can the Round Rock, Eanes, Lake Travis, Leander and Manor districts.
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School Funding Increases by District
District/2013-14 Per-Student Increase/2014-15 Per-Student Increase/Two-Year Per-Student Reduction after 2011
Sources: Moak, Casey & Associates; State Legislative Budget Board; area school districts