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Resource ID: #14337
Subject: Education
Source: Times-Picayune (New Orleans)
Date: 1997-08-10



Through candy sales and other fund-raisers, students generate more than $12 million in revenues annually in the New Orleans school system. However, the Times-Picayune finds administrators are treating the funds like Monopoly money, rarely conducting annual audits required by the state and ignoring internal reports that document mismanagement of the money.

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