Washington School Districts Face Unexpectedly Large Cuts

03/18/2002 | SeattlePI.com

A $98.6 million cut in public school funding could lead state schools to increase class size and cut teacher training and other programs, a report says. Educators have spoken out against the cuts, with some saying the move is a virtual repeal of Initiative 728, which was passed in November 2000 to increase funding to reduce class sizes.

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