StateImpact Indiana: Referendums
by IPR News
October 25, 2011
School officials at many of Indiana’s smallest districts are having a hard time balancing their checkbooks. Some say it’s part of an effort by Governor Mitch Daniels and the General Assembly to force consolidation onto districts with fewer than two thousand students. For the few attempting a referendum, it’s a battle for survival and as StateImpact Indiana’s Ben Skirvin reports, many others could soon find themselves faced with tough decisions about the future.
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