Though California finally has a state budget, the superintendent of San Francisco schools warns the district it does not mean the cuts are over.
Superintendent Carlos Garcia told the members of the San Francisco Unified School District’s Board of Education Tuesday night that the “fine print” of the budget still needed to be reviewed and if the state does not get anticipated funding, more cuts could be on the way.
“This budget is based on optimistic assumptions that we will get federal money,” he said. “We could face cuts again if we don’t get it.”
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