Sequester harms education and our economy
from ED.gov Blog (commentary)
There has been a noisy debate in Washington over whether sequestration's harm is real and at what point our public schools will feel the pain, but for educators outside of Washington, D.C., that's a settled question. They're not wasting time debating it, because some had already eliminated jobs and cut programs in anticipation of Congress's dysfunction. Right now they are focused on figuring out how to deal with an even worse situation next school year.
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