It’s a common refrain: school districts throughout Pennsylvania are running out of money because the legislature and Gov. Tom Wolf can’t reach a budget agreement.
“We’re currently owed roughly $4.2 million from our basic education subsidy,” East Allegheny Schools superintendent Donald Mac Fann told KDKA political editor Jon Delano on Tuesday. “It’s very difficult to continue forward.”
Mac Fann says his district has no more cash.
“As of this time, March 25 will be the last pay day that we can fund,” he said.