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Paying for it all, the cost of running Schools

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All week, we've been exploring the future of education in our series Advancing Education.

But how do we pay for it all? School districts across the province are working on their budgets for the next school year and many districts have to do more with less.

In the Central Okanagan, school district officials are trying to find ways to cover what they expect will be a shortfall of close to $ 4 million.

The man who runs the purse strings in the district is Larry Paul, the Secretary-Treasurer for School District 23.

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