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How Much Raising The Debt Ceiling Could Cost Indiana Schools If Deal Isn't Reached

The American Association for School Principals released a report Tuesday detailing how schools are bracing for the possibility of across the board federal spending cuts, writes Alyson Klein for Education Week: Of those surveyed, 69.4 percent are betting they’ll have to cut professional development, and 58.1 percent say they’d expect to cut enrichment, after-school, and […]

What The Debt Ceiling Deal Means For Education

Circle and star a new date on your calendars, political wonks: November 23, 2011. If lawmakers can’t agree on new cuts to discretionary spending by then, as they say they will under Sunday’s debt ceiling deal, then $500 billion in deep, across-the-board cuts kick in automatically — and education would be one of the specific […]

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