Members of the state legislature returned to the capitol this week to finish the work they started in January.
That includes passing a state budget that will indicate how agencies and groups in Georgia adjust their spending moving forward into the new fiscal year. The new fiscal year begins July 1.
School districts around the state, including Glynn County Schools, are waiting for approval of a final state budget before adopting their own spending plans.
The current version of the state’s fiscal year 2021 budget, voted out Wednesday by the Senate Appropriations Committee, proposes cutting $1 billion in school funding.
Areas of education that could face an 11 percent cut in funding include