The Flint school district is sinking deeper into red ink.
Less than 12 months ago, an audit placed the district’s budget deficit at $10.4 million. It's now pegged at $20.4 million.
The Flint school district has been struggling to reduce its multi-million dollar deficit for years. But last night, school district officials described recent budget plans as being “far from reality,” even describing the district’s current budget as only ”close to reality.”
Isaiah Oliver is the president of the Flint Board of Education. He calls the new deficit number “devastating”