Wednesday, November 23, 2011
San Diego County Schools Superintendent Randolph Ward, Ed.D.
Upbeat revenue predictions this summer in California seem to be turning into the worst case scenario for budget cuts. And that may mean San Diego's largest school district faces a midyear budget deficit and possible budget shortfall of over $100 million next fiscal year. The threat of insolvency at San Diego Unified School District inches closer to reality and with that a state takeover of our schools. One man who has a unique perspective of what happens with a school district can't pay its bills is San Diego County Schools Superintendent Randolph Ward.