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As House Considers 'Fiscal Cliff' Deal, Future Of K-12 Spending Unclear

Even if the House passes the deal approved Tuesday in the U.S. Senate, there’s uncertainty ahead for K-12 spending, writes Alyson Klein. From Education Week:

Education programs would be spared the prospect of the largest across-the-board cuts in history, but only temporarily, under a bill to avert much of the so-called “fiscal cliff,” overwhelmingly approved by the U.S. Senate early Tuesday morning. The measure now requires passage by the House of Representatives.

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