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The Effect of the House Cuts on Education In Each School District

While we are hoping that tonight’s House Democratic Caucus votes for an enhanced revenue package to restore some of the more egregious House budget cuts, maintain your rage by checking out the many spreadsheets recently updated on the DPI website that detail the cuts to various allotments to your school district.

See how the 6725 teacher positions eliminated in 2009-2010 will be distributed around the state! Or the 4600 K-3 teaching assistants! Or the 200 literacy coaches! Or the 70 TAs helping non-native speakers learn to read and write English!

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