Schools worry about coming debts
Canan Tasci, Staff Writer
Posted: 04/07/2010 09:11:16 PM PDT
In the midst of California’s budget crisis, a number of Inland Valley school districts have hoisted red flags, expressing uncertainty about their financial futures to county and state education officials.
So far this school year, five Inland Valley school districts – Alta Loma, Central, Chino Valley Unified, Etiwanda and Pomona Unified – have submitted interim financial reports that included a “qualified” certification. The notation indicates that the district might not be able to balance its budgets in the current or next two fiscal years.
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