Key Ga. House Panel OKs $17.8B Budget for 2011

April 14, 2010  |  

(Businesssweek) — First and second-graders in Georgia would no longer have to take standardized tests under a $17.8 billion budget that cleared a key House panel on Tuesday.

Those tests — along with free PSAT and Advanced Placement tests — were scrapped to save money in the House budget blueprint.

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