VIDEO: D210 Supt. Talks Taxes and Per-Student Spending
Supt. Lawrence Wylle explains why there isn't a direct connection between what residents pay in taxes and how much is spent by the district educating kids. The first in a series this week of video Q&As with Wyllie.
Beginning earlier this year, Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Supt. Lawrence Wyllie has been sitting down with Patch for a series of video Q&As about the district with some of the questions provided by readers.
In today's segment, Wyllie answers this reader question: Why is it that Lincoln-Way and area elementary schools are always lauded for having such low cost-per-student spending, but our taxes are astronomical?
Tomorrow, the superintendent will talk about why Mark Cohen is an excellent choice to be the new principal for Lincoln-Way North High School.
Want to catch up on Wyllie's other video interviews? Check out the Q&A topic page or watch the videos concerning these specific questions: