Broward County property owners could pay a little more for public schools next year.
The county school board tentatively approved a $3 billion spending plan Tuesday.
The Broward County schools’ budget cuts tax rates slightly, but rising property values will mean larger tax bills for homeowners. The owner of a $225,000 home would pay $14 more per year, district officials said.
The school board is expected to take a final budget vote in September.
In November, Broward County voters will determine whether to allow the district to borrow $800 million.