For a while now, especially in Texas, reformers and advocates like Peyton Wolcott (here) have
been calling on school districts to publish their check registers
online so that everyone can see what they're spending their money on.
However, as this Dallas Morning News article points out, not every
district that is participating does it for the right reasons -- and not
every check register is easy to find or to understand (here). Does CPS post its checkbook online, and if so what does it tell you about how they're spending their money?
Filed under: The World Outside CPS