Idaho educators are grateful for $60M windfall after lean years

08/1/2011 | Idaho Statesman (Boise), The

An unexpected state budget surplus will send an extra $60 million of much-needed funds to Idaho schools. School leaders expect to spend the extra cash on deferred maintenance, new supplies and eliminating planned furlough days for employees. The funding boost comes a year after $128 million in cuts to education, and two years after a $69 million schools budget reduction.

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