Open call auditors open audit for Georgia school district
A local auditor has opened an audit of Georgia’s district auditor.
The audit will examine whether the Georgia Department of Education made enough money from the school district to be audited.
The auditor’s office has not released any information about the district’s finances, but the office has been contacted by several parents of students who say they were misclassified as having special needs.
The state’s Department of Revenue has not publicly released data showing how much the district received in revenue and spending from the state since 2012.
The district is facing an audit that could result in a loss of more than $200,000 in revenue over the next four years.
It is not known how many of the students in the district have special needs and how much they are receiving special education services.
The Georgia Department is a division of the state.
The auditors will review a number of factors including the school’s financial status and financial status of the district.
The agency will also look at financial planning practices and other information to determine whether there was any misuse of money or resources.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that auditors plan to begin the audit next week.