Education officials are hoping the new session of the General Assembly brings good news for the state’s public schools. But, they’re not optimistic. Education Commissioner Kent King says the key word is “defense,” with education officials hoping to hold onto what they currently have and not have to endure further cuts. King says further cuts could harm attempts to have Missouri students comply with such requirements as the No Child Left Behind Act.
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