Poor record keeping costs Florida district $512,000

July 5, 2007
State audit of Osceola district finds problems with transportation records.

The Osceola County (Fla.) school district will lose $512,000 in state funding because of poor record keeping and other irregularities. State auditors found problems within the district's transportation department, where records for about 185 bus-riding students were incorrectly logged or not found--out of a sample of 455 students. The state auditor general conducts such audits every three years.

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