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The state finished the 2012-13 fiscal year with a $42 million surplus in its general fund. With such good fortune abounding, Roane County Schools is hoping more revenue will find its way to education.
“Between now and next budget time, we will be asking them if they can help us,” Director of Schools Gary Aytes said about the state.
The school system is facing a financial crisis that school officials said was caused by cuts in state funding.
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