Perham-Dent School District not happy with legislative solution to deficit
The financial impact of the government proposal to delay funding to schools was a topic of concern during a Perham-Dent School Board work session Monday evening.
The plan, which delays $700 million of state payments to schools, when added to an earlier delay means schools will get 40 percent of their state money late. It also borrows against $700 million of payments due after the state won a tobacco lawsuit.
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