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Administrators brace for school funding cuts

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By Donald Richie

Officials and personnel in public schools statewide are waiting with bated breath for the release of Gov. Steve Beshears budget proposal next Tuesday.

Already, a $46 million cut has been requested by Beshear in the states education budget for fiscal year 2008-2009.

Julie Asher, Harrison County Schools director of finance, said most of the systems budget goes toward personnel salaries and benefits.

She is hoping the system is not going to get a cut for the current school year.

Its happened several times [before], she said.


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