Neil Bergsman, director of the Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute, said he thinks lawmakers have a strong track record of funding education and are unlikely to raid the fund.
“Maryland has done a pretty good job of making education funding a priority,” he said. “It hasn’t gone up as much as was scheduled prior to the recession, but the state has done comparatively well.”
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