An analysis by the independent State Board of Education finds more than 97 percent of Illinois schools will receive more state money under Gov. Bruce Rauner’s amended funding reform plan than under the Democrats’ Senate Bill 1.
The top beneficiaries in McHenry County would include Harvard District 50, which would get $2,673,914 more than the Democrats’ plan in SB 1. Huntley District 158 would receive $1,648,317 more net. Woodstock District 200 would get $1,041,188 more net. Crystal Lake based Community District 155 would get $880,275 more net, while Crystal Lake District 47 would get $448,442 more net.