Texas districts brace for effect of funding cuts

03/22/2013 | TexasTribune.org (Austin)

Some Texas school districts could cut staff, increase class sizes and reduce budgets for professional development and assistive technology if anticipated cuts to special education and Title I take effect. "We are all in a dilemma of how to meet the needs of students that we're required to meet, but not given the funding to do. It's a double-whammy," said Robbie Stinnett, special-education director for the Duncanville Independent School District.

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