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With a short agenda, the Los Alamos Board of Education held a lunch meeting Wednesday at its Trinity Drive facility.
The first item of business was the audit report, which came out in February.
The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) sent a memo to the state’s 89 school districts and local school authorities on Tuesday outlining the audit process currently underway. The memo describes the timeline for the audit so school districts have a clear understanding of the process and how it may impact the department’s annual budget review.
“The reason for this audit is clear. It’s about transparency and fairness.” said Secretary-Designate Hanna Skandera. “Fraud and abuse of the state’s funding system will not be tolerated. Parents and taxpayers have the right to know their dollars are being spent fairly across the state. Gaming the system in one district means fewer dollars for well-deserving students in another.”
Los Alamos Public Schools Chief Financial Officer John Wolfe said the district received the memo from NMPED.
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