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ISDs Cut Costs to Avoid Closure as State Funding Cuts Loom

Friday, June 2, 2017  
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(Texas Tribune) Superintendents in hundreds of Texas school districts rely on a pot of state funds that expires in September. Without drastic cost-saving measures, some districts are worried they may have to shut down.


Doug Rice will take over next school year as principal of a single-campus rural school district east of Amarillo, close to the Oklahoma border. There's just one problem: He's already the superintendent. More...

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