Confronting budget cuts and a hostile state legislature, schools face an uncertain future: News. Politics. Media

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As school board members were sworn in this week, Broward County Public Schools, the sixth largest public school system in the United States, face another year of funding cuts. And with expectations that state legislators do not intend to help schools stay afloat, they are worried. #

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