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How long can school districts weather the Pa. budget impasse?

from The Morning Call

As the state budget stalemate threatens to drag into a fifth month, school districts in the Lehigh Valley have been poring over budgets, trying to figure out how long they can go before they must borrow millions of dollars. Most Valley districts said they should be able to weather the impasse at least until the end of the year, using cash reserves. But the Allentown School District, like most urban districts that heavily rely on state funding, is starting to feel the crunch. Either way, the deadlock is testing the patience of school officials in the Valley and across the state. "I've never seen anything like this before," said Jay Himes, executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials. more


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