Proposed "impact aid" cuts raise educators' ire

03/19/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

President Bush has proposed cuts to "impact aid," funds that go to school districts whose area encompasses large tracts of federal land, and the move has angered educators. Many schools that receive the funds educate the children of military personnel, prompting one official to call the proposal's timing, given that the country is on the brink of war, "incredibly poor."

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