How are Schools Financed in Texas?

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Schools are financed in Texas using federal and state funding. NCLB offers flexibility in determining where funds are spent but all schools must maintain a level of standard which is measured by AYP (average yearly progress).
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Schools in Texas, just like schools in any other state, are financed mostly by the state, but also by donations of the parents of people who go to that school.
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