Bill Mathis, a member of the State Board of Education, would like to see consistent financial information for any independent school that accepts public money. “We need transparency and public accountability," he said. "There is a great variety of ways to comply with the current law.”
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Business Administrator Timothy Ball speaks with board members, from left, Bob McCarthy, Lori Hibner and Richard Milius during a break in the Lebanon School District budget workshop on Saturday. At right is Lebanon Middle School Principal Martha Langill. Valley News — Geoff Hansen
Lebanon — While principals of the Lebanon School District’s four schools say they have kept expenses even with the current year, the administration’s proposed budget includes a more than $450,000 increase for next school year. If approved, it would bring ...
A study of teens at three New England high schools highlights the need for sexual aggression training programs to encourage intervention.