Michigan districts look to each other to cut costs

April 3, 2007
Systems are consolidating services to save money.

If the internal pressure from skyrocketing costs for items such as health care and retirement weren't enough, a nudge from the governor's office is leading school districts in Michigan to find ways to coordinate, share and consolidate services with each other to save money. Oakland County school districts are studying teaming up on bus service. In Macomb County, school districts could create a county-wide pool of substitute teachers.

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