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Which education programs would be hit by a government shutdown?

from Education Week

The federal government is careening toward a shutdown at the end of the month, thanks in part to an impasse in Congress over whether to fund Planned Parnethood. But most school districts, and many federal education programs, wouldn't feel an immediate pinch if the U.S. Department of Education and other agencies temporarily shut their doors. The two major exceptions: the Head Start program, an early-childhood program for low-income children funded through the Department of Health and Human Services and Impact Aid, the Education Department program that helps districts with a big federal presence (such as a military base or a Native American reservation). more


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