Mississippi NBCTs lose funding in state budget reductions

Mississippi teachers say they are more worried about the state's budget crisis and the $206.5 million in cuts to education that have already been announced, including a $1.9 million reduction in funding for National Board Certified Teachers. Teachers are concerned budget shortfalls may mean salary reductions, layoffs and fewer resources, and some say they already are spending their own money on supplies.

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