DeKalb County schools hit by state budget woes
Local school districts are used to receiving only 89 percent of the money state officials promised them, but they are expecting to receive less in the future.
With general state aid payments prorated at 89 percent, DeKalb School District 428 lost $1.3 million in funding this year, said Andrea Gorla, the district’s assistant superintendent for finance and business. The district’s total anticipated revenues for its education fund, which is its main operating fund, is $62.3 million.
“That hits us extremely hard,” Gorla said.
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