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Education is facing a $3 billion spending cut, as part of the $85 billion sequestration package. What do we know about how this will affect states, schools, and students?
No uniform or universal rule. Emily Richmond explains how the sequester would affect states and school districts differently. (The Atlantic)
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$107.6 billion. A total amount is not known for sure, but Jason Delisle of the New America Foundation tries to figure out how much the feds spend on education. (Economix/New York Times)
Have you been living under a rock? A breakdown of sequestration and how it affects education. (Politics K-12/Education Week)
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