It may be that some schools are actually in a better position to close than others. Some schools are doing better than others, but the ones that are closing are going for the hardest cuts.
According to this report, the average school in the district that’s closing is closing two schools per year, with the average loss per school being $1,200. These are not random schools shutting down, either, they’re schools that are closing due to budget cuts. This is a good development. In the recent past, many schools have been closed due to budget cuts, but the trend has slowed down as the district has cut $500 million in the budget in the last couple of years.
This is the first time I can remember that a school has been closed due to budget cuts. I don’t know what the difference is between the two schools that were closed last year, but the numbers seem to be about the same. It’s always a good sign when a school in a district with cuts is closing. I just want to know what that difference is. It’d be great if we could just predict which schools will close next.
I think this is an indication that the district is trying to make it harder for districts to make cuts from year to year. If we are talking about a district that just cut 500 million in the last couple of years, then that makes the district look more desperate than it has been in years past.
I don’t think the district is trying to make cuts and try to make cuts against the backdrop of the school closings. If they’re not, there’s still a chance they can’t make a cut in that district.
Some district officials have said that the district will be cutting back on spending in the next few years. That sounds like a lie – I haven’t heard the statement directly from the district.
The district is talking about a 10% cut in spending, which would seem to be an attempt to get districts to cut down on the district’s portion of the tax. Even if the district thinks they are cutting back, the fact they’re talking about a 10% cut is suspicious to me.
It could be that district leaders are lying about their budget cuts in an effort to make it look like they are doing no cuts. The district’s own budget is now about 2% of the district, but that number is actually decreasing. A district with a budget of 2% is still a district, and therefore still a potential target.
Not every school district that wants to cut taxes has been lying about the district’s budget. A few districts have just been cutting the district portion. Even if the district wants to cut the school portion, it still doesn’t make sense to do it. It’s not like there is a special tax for education. For example, the district is asking for $15,000 per student, which is about $17,000 per student. That’s a $5,000 decrease.
The number of schools for which you can build your own school doesn’t change much. As soon as you build a school, you need to build a school that will be about as close as you can get to the school that will be built. That means you need to have a school that can be built from scratch. This is just the beginning of the process. Make sure you plan for the school to be more than 4,000 students, which is about 10,000 per student.