Minnesota schools, charters urged to form partnerships

01/7/2009 | Twincities.com

Minnesota school districts are being encouraged by some state lawmakers to form partnerships with other districts and charter schools to save money on school materials, technology, food, transportation services and other items by buying in bulk. Officials say the savings would not offset the state's $4.85 billion budget deficit, but would help free up more money for classroom instruction.

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