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who makes decisions about the distribution of local funds in a school district?

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DrBMelton
Aug 5, 2012
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School districts are usually governed by elected officials who serve on the school board. These individuals make decisions on how the monies are distributed based on recommendations from the superintendent and administration. At the campus level, principals and site-based decision-making teams collaborate to decide about how the monies are distributed.

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