Many public schools in New Mexico are currently facing crisis in the business office. Due to the increase in the number of business managers in New Mexico who are reaching the age of retirement, the qualified talent pool is getting smaller and often consists of applicants with a lack of school business and governmental accounting expertise. This often results in excessive and repeat audit findings, potential financial statement misstatements, embezzlement and ultimately the inability to focus solely on education due to issues in the business office. K12 Accounting offers New Mexico public schools a solution to their business office needs.
National Percentage of Charter School Closures
Source: Center for the Education Reform, 2011