Record number of Texas school districts subject to ‘Robin Hood’ tax sharing

AUSTIN — A record number of school districts — many of them in North Texas — have been named share-the-wealth districts for the new school year, although a large number won’t be subject to Robin Hood provisions of the state’s school finance law unless they raise taxes.



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