Trustees of the Maricopa County Unified School District 48 have adopted a resolution calling on the Legislature to restore funding to public education that has been dwindling since 2008.

Officials said the Scottsdale school district has seen state funding drop by $20 million in the past five years as its part of the state’s 20% cut in aid. The district increased class sizes earlier this year to make up a $9 million funding shortfall.

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