Budget Agreement

April 2011
ED Review;4/15/2011, p1
The article focuses on the bipartisan budget agreement entered between Republicans and U.S. President Barack Obama, education spending, cuts, and investments. During his weekly speech, Obama said that the budget includes the largest annual spending cuts in the nation's history which will affect some programs and added it is needed as a compromise to prevent the debate from being influenced by politics. The budget agreement allocates 14.5 billion dollars for Title grants to school districts and 12.3 billion dollars for special education grants to states.


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