As voters prepare to decide on a $1.35 billion bond package in May, officials of the Dallas Independent School District admitted fault for the delays in filing the fiscal 2007 audit.

At a meeting before the trustees last week, superintendent Michael Hinojosa pointed to improperly trained employees and problems with an accounting software system as the main impetus behind the delay.

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