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Teachers’ Unions Respond To Sac City School Budget Crisis

Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio

The Sacramento City Unified School District has been ordered to deliver a new budget that accounts for a $24 million deficit by October 8.

Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio

Representatives of the Sacramento City Teachers Association say the budget crisis in the Sacramento City Unified School District is a result of poor management, not a true revenue gap.

David Fisher and Nikki Milevsky of the SCTA explained their plan for fixing the district’s proposed budget, which was rejected by the Sacramento County Office of Education because it planned for a $24 million deficit.

Read David Fisher's op-ed in the Sacramento Bee about the budget crisis here.

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