Lee County School District Saves $12.6 Million by Implementing Review Recommendations
Report 00-06, August 2000
- The 1996 Legislature funded a performance review of the Lee County School District. A private consulting firm selected competitively, MGT of America, Inc., conducted the review in 1997 under contract with OPPAGA.
- As of March 2000, the Lee County School District has implemented or is in the process of implementing 86% of the performance review recommendations. As a result, the district reports that it has saved $12,581,849 to date.
- District administrators provided several reasons why the school district has chosen not to implement the remaining recommendations. These include disagreements with report findings and the perceived undesirable effects of some recommendations
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