SPRINGFIELD - The Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools, representing regional offices of education and intermediate service centers in Illinois, today issued the following statement on developments during the Legislature's fall veto session:
"We have said from the outset we deserve to be paid now and moving forward. We are disappointed by today's vote in this chamber against this possible funding solution. We know we need a solution now and can't wait any longer. We will keep working with legislators to find the votes for a reasonable solution for our very serious funding problem, and we remain hopeful that resolution will happen in this veto session."
-- Bob Daiber, president of the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools and Madison County regional superintendent.
The Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools represents the dozens of elected leaders of regional offices of education, which provide a variety of key services to