TTARA was the first business organization to recognize the need to monitor the relationship between local school property tax levies and the funding formulas used to distribute money to school districts. TTARA maintains a consistent focus of school finance policies of the state because of the significant impact they have on the tax burdens our members face in different districts. Working closely with our property tax specialists, TTARA monitors the legal and legislative developments in school finance, and keeps our members current on how those developments may affect them. TTARA's work on school finance is unique among business organizations, and has enabled our membership to have tremendous impact on policy decisions in this important area.
School Finance Bill Summaries Page
School Finance Documents Page