District is surveying community and board plans to hear feedback from public on proposed budget cuts at meeting next month.
Panel issues nine recommendations aimed at improving budget oversight and reducing number of schools.
Inspired by successful strikes in other states, teachers from Southern California to the Bay Area are threatening fall strikes.
A fiscal analysis by an independent agency says the district is in “financial distress.”
Districts are hoping the upcoming state budget will include financial relief such as deferred state loans, flat per-student payments, and flexibility to sell or lease surplus property.
Districts' revenues may be back to pre-recession levels, but not their buying power, says FCMAT's Michael Fine.
A recent audit found that Tri-Valley Learning Corporation executives had conflicts of interest and commingled funds.
They're hoping the governor's May budget revision brings an increase in school revenue.