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Saturday, June 28, 2008

The school budget crunch

Blogging has taken a back burner for a while due to the Effective Education Partnerships Conference. EEPC takes place on July 10-11 - less than two weeks away! - and, while it's shaping up to be a fantastic event, and worth every minute I've put into it, the fact remains that I've had to put a LOT of minutes into it, which has eaten into my other activities. I hope to be back in full form once EEPC is over.

In the meantime, I wanted to point to an article on the current state of education budgets - just one of many that have appeared recently on the subject. This one appeared in the Christian Science Monitor - take a look.

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