Sequestration has varied impact on schools

As the U.S. Congress gears up to discuss next year's spending, critics of the sequestration cuts are preparing to press for its repeal. It has been difficult to pinpoint the effects of sequestration on education, and in some cases, districts have reported they've largely been spared from the painful cuts because of boosts in state spending on education. Other districts have reported delaying purchases and reconfiguring budgets.

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