State School Board to Cut Nearly $300 Million from Budget

June 24, 2010  |  

(Chicago Tribune) — The Illinois State Board of Education agreed to ax nearly $300 million from its budget on Wednesday, canceling financial support for everything from agricultural education to arts education to alternative schools that get high school dropouts back in class.  State Superintendent Christopher Koch called the reductions “an unraveling of the infrastructure for state education.”

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