New CRC Report Looks at Options for Addressing School District Deficits

On Thursday, July 12, CRC issued a new report Options to Address School District Accumulated Deficits as a follow up to its earlier report on the plan by the Muskegon Heights School District emergency manager to solve the district’s $12 million accumulated deficit.  The new report looks at options available to policymakers and recommends crafting a state policy on the topic that is transparent, equitable, consistent with other reforms, and transferable.

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One Response to New CRC Report Looks at Options for Addressing School District Deficits

  1. Eric Lupher says:

    CRC used the papers on school reform efforts in Muskegon Heights and Highland Park to call for legislative action and it appears those calls were heeded. An article in the Muskegon News highlights new legislation and the financing available to Muskegon Heights School District. See http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2012/08/new_emergency_loan_fund_should.html

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