Highland Park Michigan

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Highland Park MichiganHighland Park Michigan, Highland Park schools could be the second school district in Michigan to get an emergency manager. The state took a step closer to the stage today.

Gov. Rick Snyder has appointed a 10-member team comb through the financial district with problems – and perhaps help prevent a coup.

A preliminary review of the books of Highland Park schools, “concluded later this summer. It is the” probable financial stress, “with a recurrent deficit and a current deficit of more than 15 percent of general fund revenues of the district . The head of state schools in the second test is recommended.

The review team has 30 days to submit its findings to the governor.

At this time Benton Harbor, Ecorse and Pontiac – along with Detroit Public Schools – are under the management of emergencies. A second review of the finances of Flint just launched.

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