School Funding Resolution Proposed

Last year public schools in Michigan paid more than $15 million in loan interest, all because they didn't receive government funding in time.

It happens every year, and one school district is sick of it.  Morley Stanwood Community Schools in Mecosta County passed a resolution asking Lansing to make some changes to save schools money.

Public schools have to submit their budget by June and start class in September but they don't start getting state education money until October, forcing them to take out loans.

9 and 10's Ann Marie LaFlamme has more on the story.