Schools across Green Country are scraping by. They're dealing with a smaller budget than they had in 2009.
State aid is down, but there's another way districts' could make up the shortfall.
Property taxes help pay for teachers salaries, textbooks and computers, but the 2NEWS Investigators found millions still owed in back taxes, just in Tulsa County.
RELATED: How unpaid property taxes are affecting local classrooms (http://bit.ly/15mY5LT)
For months the 2NEWS Investigators have been poring over documents, uncovering who isn't paying up.
The Investigators expose the businesses that owe hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Plus, we show you the person who owes the most. You may be surprised by the lifestyle she keeps.
For 30 minutes the Investigators dive into who isn't paying and the affect it's having on your child's school.
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