The New York State Council of School Superintendents is out with a new study of districts’ fiscal woes. The findings suggest as many as 60 school districts could be fiscally insolvent within two years.

The council’s deputy director, Bob Lowry, explains why the problem has gotten this bad.

He also wonders why the Cuomo administration has so far failed to come up with a comprehensive plan to address the impending fiscal cliff issue faced by school districts and local governments alike.

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