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Here’s what a state takeover would mean at Sacramento City Unified

Michael Fine from the state's financial crisis team and David Gordon from the county office of education address the Sacramento City Unified School Board on cutting costs in their district on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019 in Sacramento.
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Michael Fine from the state's financial crisis team and David Gordon from the county office of education address the Sacramento City Unified School Board on cutting costs in their district on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019 in Sacramento.

The flagship public school district in California’s capital, Sacramento City Unified, is facing dual crises: It is under the threat of state receivership due to a budget meltdown, and it is locked in a labor dispute with its teachers union, which plans a one-day strike April 11.

On Thursday at 3:30 p.m., The Sacramento Bee’s education and culture reporter, Sawsan Morrar, will appear on Facebook Live with Executive Editor Lauren Gustus. They will share the latest information and insights about Sac City Unified, talk about our coverage, and answer questions from readers. To watch, go to www.facebook.com/sacramentobee/. When we go live, please participate by leaving your questions in the comments section.

We will continue to follow developments closely as they unfold in the district. We want to know: What questions do you want us to explore? What issues do you want to know more about?

Send us your thoughts and ideas using the form below, and we’ll incorporate them into our reporting.

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