Murphy administration to increase school funding by $700 million

To help more schools safely reopen and stay open, the state is planning to spend big, adding nearly $600 million for K-12 education and giving a boost to pre-K programs.

Treasury officials say the money gets the state back on a seven-year track to fully fund the school aid formula. But who gets what? And how will it be spent? Education writer John Mooney joins Anchor Briana Vannozzi with details.

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