After two days of relative quiet in the state Capitol at Little Rock, things will be bustling again today -- and not just with the usual Capitol workers. The legislature, which has been meeting in special session since December Eighth, returns to the Capitol for what many hope will be one last week. The biggest task awaiting the lawmakers as they wrap up efforts to overhaul the state`s education system is deciding what taxes to raise to pay for the reforms. The House is also expected to reconsider proposals this week for a ten million dollar assessment of school buildings and a plan to create new divisions within the state Department of Education. A 40 million dollar proposal to expand preschool programs also awaits final legislative approval.