Districts in Utah prepare for federal budget cuts:

12/28/2012 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

In Utah, many school districts are bracing for cuts of between 8% and 20% if Congress fails to reach a deal by Jan. 3 to prevent a series of tax increases and spending cuts known as the "fiscal cliff." Districts receive on average 12% of their funding from the federal government, which primarily is used for programs that serve low-income students and those with disabilities. Officials say they hope that any cuts made occur gradually so they have time to adjust.

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