CHICAGO -- Michigan's new school funding system will be put to the test today as more than 200 school districts seek voter approval of tax property millages needed to maintain per-pupil spending levels.

Allen Short, director of governmental affairs for the Michigan Education Association, said that 226 school districts will be holding millage elections to pass the 18 mills tax on business property needed for participation in the state's foundation grant program.

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