The question of whether Montana finances an adequate public education system was back in court.

A coalition led by school districts is in a Helena courtroom this week, asking a district judge to rule that the state has not complied with his 2004 order that said Montana must define a “quality public education” and design a funding system to pay for it, according to an article in the Helena Independent Record.

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