While Kentucky’s school districts are scrambling to make up a nearly $60 million deficit in the Kentucky School Boards Insurance Trust (KSBIT), Harrison County is sitting marginally better off than most.
Yes, Harrison County is one of over 100 districts who will be forced to help bail out KSBIT. However, while many of the school districts will be scrambling to find other insurance options, Harrison County’s administration did that two years ago.
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