JC BOE Replaces Lost State Aid with an Increase in the Local Tax Levy, Passing 2021-2022 Budget

Tonight the Jersey City Board of Education passed a fully funded budget for 2021-2022, replacing lost state aid with a major increase in the local tax levy.

Find here a detailed view of the Jersey City Public School District Budget.

And find here a quick view of the state aid and local tax levy changes over a three year period.

The district’s adequacy budget will be fully funded for at least one year, but the district will face the same challenge again next year as the state continues to decrease its aid to Jersey City, effectively forcing the local community to address the funding need using its own tax base.

As the state dialed back aid, Jersey City schools have been underfunded, until 2021-2022, the school year for which the JC BOE fully funded the adequacy budget with an increase in the local tax levy

One thought on “JC BOE Replaces Lost State Aid with an Increase in the Local Tax Levy, Passing 2021-2022 Budget”

  1. I believe that the High Rise buildings should be paying taxes too. They collect more rent than home owners due. Why do they get a 20 to 30 tax break? Home owners never get a tax break???????? We have to provide every income in order to get tax decrease when we retired.?????????????????????

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