Good Corporate Citizens Can Renegotiate Deals That Hurt Schools, Taxpayers | Print |  E-mail
May 2012

Financial institutions with multimillion-dollar contracts with school districts and other public agencies – particularly banks bailed out from their losing speculative practices by federal tax money – should act as good corporate citizens and renegotiate one-sided contracts that impair the education of Florida’s children.

> Read the report about interest rate swaps.