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San Diego Unified's New Budgeting Approach

Original post made by Stacey, Amberwood/Wood Meadows, on Dec 21, 2009

San Diego Unified's new budgeting approach sounds similar to zero-based budgeting.


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"the board will determine what it needs to fund before it decides what it needs to cut.

"It's a new way of looking at the budget," said board Vice President John Lee Evans. "We are starting at the bottom and asking, 'What is essential? What do want need to fund?' We are not starting at the top and subtracting until we balance the budget.""

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"The school board is encouraging parents and residents to contact their state representatives to demand that education funding be given top priority."

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Posted by Miguel
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Dec 22, 2009 at 11:50 am

Regardless of the method, I can't help believe that cutting excessive "Administrative expenses" would go a long way in alleviating the pain the educational system is experiencing. Yes, FAT does roll up hill.


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