4 school districts shed fiscal distress

Board adds Mineral Springs to list

Posted: December 11, 2012 at 12:57 a.m.

North Little Rock School District Superintendent Ken Kirspel hugs Hazel Burnett, the state’s fiscal distress coordinator, after state Board of Education members voted unanimously Monday to remove the district from fiscal distress.

The Arkansas Board of Education released North Little Rock and three other school districts from the state’s fiscal distress program Monday.

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