The Murphy administration released state aid figures for each district on Thursday, two days after announcing a $578 million increase in education funding in a $44.8 billion state budget proposal. 

The figures show that about two-thirds of the school districts in New Jersey will receive an increase in aid; 193 would lose funding, and about a dozen districts would receive flat funding. 

The governor’s budget proposal is now before the Legislature, which has until June 30 to approve it, change it, or adopt a spending plan of its own.  

The state aid figures, available as a PDF and an Excel spreadsheet, can be found here.