Pennsylvania Schools Start New Year Broke With “Minus $1 Billion” In Funding

Friday, August 28, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
08/28/2015

While the markets had a brief, if historic, limit-down hiccup earlier this week, even if Black Monday is now long forgotten and stocks are mostly in the green for the week following another epic round of central bank intervention, yesterday the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials announced something far more troubling: Pennsylvania schools are starting the year “minus $1 billion” in funds.

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One Response to “Pennsylvania Schools Start New Year Broke With “Minus $1 Billion” In Funding”

  1. No problem, just raise taxes again and again for property owners. Of course they would never make cuts to services, staff or spending. Think of the children! B.S., think of the screwed property taxpayers.

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