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Alabama K-12 Education Spending Third Worst Catching up to Recession Cuts

Alabama K-12 education spending third worst catching up to recession cuts

Alabama K-12 education spending third worst catching up to recession cuts

Michael Leachman, one of the authors of the analysis, said those deep cuts in state spending have real impacts on the health of the nation’s economy. “If we neglect our schools, we diminish our future,” he said.

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