Some schools in the North State have joined the growing list of schools in financial jeopardy either in the short or long term. Two schools in Shasta County and the Durham Unified School District joined the biggest list in state history of schools in possible trouble. State Schools Superintendent Tom Torlakson says Durham Unified is in what’s known as “qualified” certification, meaning it must correct course or face trouble next year or the year after. Torlakson says state funding cuts have caused many districts to plunge into an unprecedented budget crisis.
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