Red Ink Revisits Phila. Schools
Spending cuts, audit follow in wake of budget shortfall.
Nearly five years after a budget crisis helped prompt state officials to take over the Philadelphia public schools, Pennsylvania’s largest district is grappling again with financial woes.
Faced with a $73.3 million shortfall in a $1.8 billion annual budget, Chief Executive Officer Paul G. Vallas outlined spending cuts to bridge the gap for members of the School Reform Commission and...
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