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Shelby County Public Schools: First glance at budget for 2012-13: Grim

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State funding reductions keep pressure on district

By Todd Martin

The Shelby County Board of Education received some grim news with the first look at its 2012-13 budget.

The draft budget, which is a state-mandated review of projected receipts and expenses, was presented at Thursday's meeting and with it came an appeal from Superintendent James Neihof that the board members talk to the county’s leaders in Frankfort about continuing cut costs in education.

In his report, Neihof said the state needs to get back to the funding level it provided in 2008.


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