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I suppose many of us do not have the pleasure of knowing the specific areas of education cuts because local media doesn't press for much detail, and all politicians of both the political party in power as well as the media's favored minority party usually release only the minimum. But I know one thing, and it is true everywhere in the country, particularly on the east coast....that is....some are of the opinion that we just need to keep throwing money into the bottomless pit of education, including administration, and some "programs" are more costly and less cost effective than others. The education portion of property taxes in some places of the country are so high that other aspects of government services are short changed, and each year the school administrations want more and more money to feed the bureaucratic monolith of public education. Someone has to come along with a cool head and look at the facts and do the math of what the American taxpayer can afford.
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