MADISON (WKOW) -- More than half of school districts in Wisconsin will receive more state aid this school year compared to last year.
The Department of Public Instruction says districts will receive nearly $4.4 billion, which is up more than $87 million from last school year.
That's good news for some districts in Dane County like Middleton-Cross Plains and Verona.
Middleton-Cross Plains will receive nearly $10 million, up more than 22% from last year.
Verona will receive nearly $24 million, up 18%.
It's a different story for Madison schools.
They'll get more than $52 million, down nearly 11% from last year.
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