Funding woes put children’s education at risk In these pressing financial times, many wonder what will become of the crutch society calls the …
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Funding woes put children’s education at risk
In these pressing financial times, many wonder what will become
of the crutch society calls the public school system. Littleton
Public Schools is not alone in this budget crisis, but the
ever-growing debt is a call for action.
Teachers, after-school programs, and administration will see
heavy casualties in this ongoing battle to break even, but what
does this mean in terms of students’ education? Will the same
opportunities be there without these teachers, administrators, and
I would argue, no, and without proper, enriched education, who
knows where today's youth is heading? It is time for us to come
together as a community and get our priorities straight because
these privileges aid students in more ways than you know. As Sydney
J. Harris elaborates, "The whole purpose of education is to turn
mirrors into windows."
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