Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder last week determined that a financial emergency exists in Muskegon Heights Schools, a district in a Detroit suburb that has been plagued by years of deficits and falling enrollment.

On Monday, the school board — which asked the state to review its finances last December — waived its right to appeal the decision. Snyder is expected to appoint an emergency manager to take the district over as soon as Thursday.

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