The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education will be reviewing the shrinking budget for New Orleans schools.
The board is meeting Tuesday to start talks about the Recovery School District.
The Lens is reporting that the RSD operating budget has plunged from $304 million in 2009-2010 to $20 million for next year.
The reduction is not surprising. New Orleans is the country’s first all-charter school district, and the per-pupil funding that went to the RSD will now go to charter organizations.
It still offers administrative support for those schools.
Board members plan to adopt the budget in August.