Governor proposes plan to help all growing schools, not just oil-impacted districts
BISMARCK -- Gov. Jack Dalrymple on Wednesday proposed a $225 million plan to help schools facing rapid student enrollment growth, a plan his challenger says was needed sooner.
Dalrymple shared his proposal to enhance state support for these schools during the North Dakota Governor's Education Summit in Dickinson.
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