Lawmakers and school officials across Wisconsin are looking at big and small ways to change how the state funds schools — a system created four decades ago.

A commission formed by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, headed by two GOP lawmakers with a longstanding interest in K-12 education and composed of Democrats, Republicans, school officials, advocates and educators met for the first time Thursday to begin the first serious review in 20 years.

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