Education Will Be Cut. By How Much is the Question.

Public education funding can expect a cut as lawmakers struggle with bridging a nearly $900 million budget gap. The Tulsa World’s Barbara Hoberock writes legislative leaders want to keep the education cuts as small as possible, while education leaders are calling for a clearer picture of the next school year’s budget.

Read the Tulsa World story here.

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  1. Mark Irwin, 03 April, 2017

    Cut? I say abolish it. The level of knowledge of our citizens in this Union has only diminished every year since the introduction of mandatory public education. Look it up, better yet talk to a few of our “graduates”. Government has done for education what it has done for poverty, morality and affordable health care to name a few. It’s pretty much understood that we have a military-industrial complex, but few can see the education/construction/social complex. A good education does require that your high school football team plays on AstroTurf, never mind that most of them have no idea of real history, finances or basic problem solving that doesn’t include a cell phone as step one and it is not their fault, it is ours.


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