CHICAGO - Nine months ago, the Minneapolis school system was in a jam: Its $215 million general fund budget had a $6 million hole and its finances were in shambles.

To help balance the fiscal 1993 budget and make sense of the fiscal chaos, the Minneapolis Board of Education turned to the private sector for assistance.

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