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February 7, 2016

Blue Ribbon Task Force Plan Endorsed by Rapid City Chamber of Commerce

KOTA TV reports that the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce agrees with the Governor's plan in regards to education funding.  The Blue Ribbon Task Force noted that teacher pay is one factor impacting the education system.  The RC Chamber of Commerce also agrees with the idea of rewarding efficient funding and finding a better method instead of relying only on a tax increase.

For more information on the Blue Ribbon Task Force recommendations, visit our news archives.  You can also visit our Knowledge Network resource page for more information about education in the area.  

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