Many states slashing education budgets despite stimulus

06/11/2009 | Stateline

Despite an influx of more than $100 billion of federal money into schools nationwide, many schools still are facing drastic cuts of programs and personnel. "Pretty much every school system I know is making cuts to their budget because of the economy," said John Musso, the executive director of the Association of School Business Officials International. "In some cases the stimulus money prevented cuts for some of those school systems, but in the vast majority of others, it didn't because the cuts were so massive."

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