Michigan education officials last Thursday approved the Pontiac School District’s deficit elimination plan, removing the threat of a state takeover and prompting the release of $2.8 million of overdue state aid that had been withheld in April and May.

Michigan Department of Education superintendent Mike Flanagan said he would not recommend that a state team review the district’s finances. The decision came after the district implemented a series of cuts, including closing two schools.

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