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Border Crisis May Affect School Funding

Border Crisis May Affect School Funding

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The wave of people coming across the southern borders of the country may have an effect on funding for our schools.

Dr. Mark Froke is the Superintendent of the Vermillion Public Schools. He is in Washington for the American Association of School Administrators summer meeting. He says they have been told that several billion dollars will be diverted to the immigration crisis…

 

Froke says schools can expect cuts to their federal title programs…

 

Froke says while a one percent cut may not sound like a lot, any loss is felt in a schools bottom line…

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