Congress clears budget that locks in sequester-level education funding
from Education Week
Congress passed a fiscal year 2016 budget that locks in sequester-level funding, ensuring no new money for federal education spending and outlining further cuts to federal education programs over the next decade. "This balanced budget will provide Congress and the nation with a fiscal blueprint that challenges lawmakers to examine every dollar we spend," said Senate budget chairman Michael B. Enzi, R-Wyo. "Americans who work hard to provide for their families and pay their taxes understand that it's time for the federal government to live within its means, just like they do."
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