State Takes Control of Muncie Community Schools
MUNCIE, Ind. -- The state is taking over cash-strapped Muncie Community Schools.
Full academic and financial control has been given to a state-appointed emergency manager.
To be released from state control, MCS will have to meet several requirements, including two years of balanced budget.
The Muncie Star Press says the district will end 2017 with $2.3 million in the bank and a $12 million deficit.
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