Cape Elizabeth voters will consider a $23.2 million school budget Tuesday that would increase education spending $712,100, or 3.2 percent, in 2014-15.

The Town Council has approved an overall $27.9 million spending plan for municipal, school, county and community services that would add 52 cents to the current tax rate of $16.28 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The proposed school budget represents 49 cents of that increase, according to town documents.

The school budget calls for expanding the full-day kindergarten pilot program to serve all incoming students, at a one-time cost of $90,000, and replacing the inefficient boiler at the elementary school, which is projected to save 10,000 gallons of fuel per year. Other budget highlights include adding two science teachers and increasing social worker support at the high school; increasing professional development for teachers; and buying 250 new iPads.