AUSTIN, TX - More than 600 school districts are suing the Lone Star State. Their beef? How our public education system is funded. Some worry that uneven funding ends up with schools that offer uneven educational opportunities.
Tuesday, attorneys from both the districts and the state gave opening arguments in front of the Texas Supreme Court, and both sides are pretty good at arguing their points, by now.
A lower court has already ruled the state's school finance system unconstitutional, because there isn't enough money.
Unfortunately, the justices should also be familiar with the arguments they're hearing, as this is the eighth time in history that school finance has come before the Texas Supreme Court.
You don't need a math tutor to know at this point, something ain't addin' up!