SD County Schools Superintendent A Veteran Of State Takeover
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Photo by Kyla Calvert / KPBS
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.
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