By Lauren O’NeillThe Associated PressIt’s an age of political turmoil, a wave of sexual misconduct allegations and a growing backlash against President Donald Trump.
Some of the nation’s best and brightest have been speaking out about the challenges they face as they attempt to find a way forward in an environment where many believe the country’s elite and elite institutions are on the verge of extinction.
Many are facing the challenge of making ends meet while facing the fear that the economy is on the ropes.
Many have begun to look for other options to make ends meet.
In Miami, where the college student population is estimated to be more than 300,000, the choice is not easy.
The Miami Independent School District is a struggling school district that has been on the chopping block for months after facing financial pressures and a budget crunch.
The district had faced a $50 million deficit in 2017, a projected $35 million deficit this year and a projected shortfall of more than $100 million by 2019.
In recent weeks, the district has faced several proposals to trim $1.7 billion from its budget, including cuts to the school day, extracurricular programs, libraries and athletics.
The district’s chief financial officer, John McQuade, has also been the target of criticism for his handling of the district’s finances, including his decision to give the district $2.3 million to help it cut expenses to the tune of $955,000.
The school board also has had a tough time finding the money to replace the roughly 20 employees who are leaving the district.
That includes the school’s chief operating officer, who has been laid off.
The trustees are trying to find the money in a budget that the district hopes will be approved by a state legislative committee on Wednesday.
If it fails, the board could have to take drastic action.
The board will meet again in April to discuss how to address the shortfall.
“We have to do everything we can to make sure that we have the funding in place to get this going,” said board President David Cason.
He said the board has been trying to do what it can to help the district through the difficult time.
But that’s a lot of money and we’re not going to be able to put it in a fund that can be utilized for the long-term.
“McQuade is scheduled to appear before the committee on Thursday, and the board plans to release a full statement on Friday.
Board President David L. Cason has proposed several ideas to improve the financial condition of the Miami Independent school district.
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