CHICAGO The governor and state school superintendent of North Dakota last week outlined a plan for reforming school funding in the wake of legal challenges to the present system.

Gov. Ed Schafer and superintendent Wayne Sanstead said the state's plan for elementary and secondary schools will identify "phased-in strategies to enhance quality, increase efficiency and ensure quality," according to a press release from the governor's office.

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