The Texas Education Agency last week notified a record 374 local school districts with high property valuations that they must share tax revenues with poorer districts.

An equalized funding law passed by the Legislature in 1993 requires districts with property valuations above $319,500 per student to share their wealth. The Legislature was ordered by the Texas Supreme Court to provide a more equitable funding plan.

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