ISSUE: School budgets
OUR VIEW: Solvable problems
School districts, like businesses, are faced with doing more with less. But unlike businesses, they have little control over the revenue with which they have to work.
Unlike businesses, school districts have no control over who they serve. Indeed, they often face federal mandates, many unfunded, about services they must provide and to whom.
In Frankfort, legislators are wrestling with the next biennium budget. Already things look grim.