“In addition to teacher raises, the school board also moved to capture tax it previously paid into an equalization fund created by state lawmakers in 2008 to assist Jordan School District, which was then undergoing the split that resulted in creation of the Canyons School District. As a consequence, Jordan lost tax base yet retained more than half of the students and was continuing to grow.”
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