Federal sequestration likely will result in 5.2% in cuts from 14 federal programs that serve schools in Ohio, the state's Department of Education announced Monday. That likely will result in $66 million less in federal aid for the 2013-14 school year. The cuts will affect school districts differently based on their enrollment of students in special education and those from low-income households, state Superintendent Richard Ross said.
Ohio schools expect millions of dollars in lost federal aid
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