Schools advised to curb spending

In Uncategorized on January 21, 2009 at 7:34 pm

January 21, 2009

Schools advised to curb spending

New Jersey’s education commissioner has told the state’s school districts that they should freeze all nonessential spending for the rest of this school year.

Commissioner Lucille Davy, in a recent letter to school districts, said it’s unclear how much state aid will reach local districts for the 2009-10 school year.

Aid to local districts makes up about one-fourth of the state’s overall budget, which is now facing cutbacks.

  1. Hey, Barack just froze salaries on his staff.

  2. I hope Regina does not see this as an excuse not to acquire any other type of math material for some elementary schools.

  3. And we thought that when Dan the Man “froze school spending” here in Ridgewood a few days ago, that he had had an original thought.

    Should have known better.

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