Ill. board of education outlines expected budget cuts

10/24/2013 | WSIL-TV (Carterville, Ill.)

Funding cuts could be on the horizon for schools around the state, according to the Illinois State Board of Education. At a public hearing in Carbondale this week, State Superintendent Gary Chico warned districts in the southern part of the state to expect less state aid. The board must also consolidate some offices to reduce the number of regional superintendents from 44 to 35 under a new state law.

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