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'At least $50 a sandwich board per week, multiplied by 800 students, it'll really help balance the school budget...'
Crowded classrooms: 'Sorry lady, no more room.'
"Let's see...I believe a computer will be available for your class six weeks from Friday between ten and eleven in the morning."
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'Splendid new laptop, Miss Frimley! How on earth did you raise the funds?'
'It says, the board HAS agreed to allocate those extra funds you requested.'
'The superintendent is saving money by training driver's ed students in school buses.'
'Hey... the way things are going, at least they're learning a skill they may need later in life.'
"It drives me crazy when people whine about discrepancies in school funding..."
'The school computers are six months old. How can I be expected to be competitive in the job market if I'm trained on obsolete equipment?'
Obsolete: Any piece of software or hardware that your school brought last year for mega bucks.
Reducing Class Size
"I know I told you monsters weren't real, son, but the one under your bed happens to be very real."
School Calendar Shortened Due to Budget Cuts.
''Sh nothing! Thought I heard sh-mbody knock.'
"The bad news is New Jersey will be cutting back on our school lunch program."
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Robust Economy Passes Schools.
School funding cuts...
What it will take to give all our children a world-class education.
What it will take to give all our children a world-class education...money.
'We figured out how to save money so we can keep all our fun activities and still balance the budget.'
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Worried about their funding, the Pentagon went to schools to learn how to run successful bake sales.
'Today, class, we learn how to divide 25 books among 34 students.'
'I think people are starting to rely too much on teacher-supplied materials.'
School Funding Equation