Though the state budget passed by the General Assembly restored a great deal of proposed education funding cuts, local administrators say more funding is needed.
"It's a little disappointing," said Taylor County Superintendent Gary Seaborne. "We're going to receive less funding. We're still expected to reach proficiency by 2014, but with diminished funding. It is pretty discouraging."
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