N.Y. Superintendents Say Many Districts Will Be Insolvent in 4 Years

Monday, December 3, 2012

Half of New York State’s school superintendents think their school districts will run out of money within four years, and 70 percent believe they will not be able to fund required programs within the same period, according to a new survey.

Some of those superintendents are from the Buffalo area.

“We’re all in trouble,” said Mark P. Mondanaro, superintendent of Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District.

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