Missouri Lawmakers May Cut $8 Million From Testing Budget

03/19/2002 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The House Budget Committee Monday voted to reduce funding for the Missouri Assessment Program to $5 million from $13 million. If the cuts gain approval, the state could afford to test students in two subjects instead of five. The program is the centerpiece of Missouri's public school reform effort.

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