Despite balanced budget, D-200 feels state money crunch
The Illinois Legislature was called back to Springfield on Wednesday for a special session to solve the state’s growing pension problem. The debt crisis had real effects on local public funding, including public education – even beyond payment of teacher pensions.
Community Unit School District 200, while generally well-funded, is no exception.
“We’ve seen decreases across the board,” said District 200 Assistant Superintendent of Business Operations Bill Farley. “There have been a number of line items in the state budget that are just gone.”
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