Why do all the Marin school districts separately need operating funds?
I was surprised when I found out Marin County has 19 school districts for a population of 250,000 citizens. Each school district has a superintendent, assistant superintendent, HR person, IT person, etc.
Marin County also has a highly paid superintendent of schools.
In San Francisco they have one school district for a population of 500,000 citizens.
So do the school districts need more funds because they are top heavy? Are pensions fueling this need for more funding?
Why does LAFCO, which looks at consolidations for efficiencies and saving tax dollars, not look at consolidating school districts?
Maybe there is enough money with consolidations to pay teachers more money?