For First Time In At Least A Decade, Both Districts 89 and 209 Maintain Highest Financial Ranking, But Not Without Costs

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 || By Michael Romain  Updated: 11:40pm  According to FY 2013 financial data, about 62 percent of school districts in the state have relied on deficit spending, cash reserves or borrowing to fund their operations. That’s compared to nearly 33 percent in 2008. The downturn in the financial performance of the state’s public school districts has been such that their average financial score has dipped … Continue reading For First Time In At Least A Decade, Both Districts 89 and 209 Maintain Highest Financial Ranking, But Not Without Costs