“When Gov. Dayton and House Republican leaders agreed to spend $525 million more on schools over the next two years, it brought to an end the governor’s push for universal pre-kindergarten,” writes MPR News reporter Catharine Richert.
But the deal, which likely will help the state avoid a partial government shutdown on July 1, will deliver more money to Minnesota school districts that already offer free pre-K.
Today’s Question: Are you pleased with the compromise between Gov. Dayton and House GOPers?