Cuts hurt

Magnusson, Shelley
March 2013
ATA News;3/26/2013, Vol. 47 Issue 14, p5
Academic Journal
The article informs that Alberta Teachers' Association has launched a campaign to draw the public's attention to education budget cuts after the Alberta government's provincial budget failed to maintain the commitment to long-term funding for Alberta's schools.


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