Some school districts consider tapping their reserves to make ends meet

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 - 4:39pm

AUSTIN — For many Central Texas school districts coming off a year of deep cuts in state funding, the fiscal outlook is a little brighter today than it was this time a year ago.

But others still struggle.

Though it's early in the budgeting process — the first public hearings are weeks away — several area school districts say they are having to make sacrifices, because they either were banking on a tax ratification election that failed or decided to spread needed cuts over two years.

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