Gov. John Engler of Michigan gave municipal market officials a sales pitch yesterday for his plan to restructure and finance education in his state.

Speaking at a luncheon sponsored by the Municipal Forum of New York, the Republican governor said the plan he unveiled Oct. 5 would bring accountability to public schools in Michigan, reduce funding inequities among school districts, and provide a $4.3 billion net cut in property taxes.

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