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Education's Heyday?

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It's time to cash in on education's next big—and expensive—cure-all. According to Kevin Carey in this Education Week Commentary, growing state budgets and underforecast future revenues mean the fiscal window of opportunity for school funding is opening. But, he warns, it won't be open for long.

What do you think? With state budgets improving, is the financial opportunity to tackle big education issues right around the corner? What should be the top spending priorities if money is available?

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The priority spending, is to unified all the math classroom with the basic mathematical charts in
whole number, Fraction, Decimals. with tons of activities that students can enjoy using the charts, having fun with freedom of choice to do the operation and discover numerical patterns
throughout the charts.the charts are colorfull, laminated and they are ready and available to be
put on the walls of all math classroom cross U.S.
the charts are "World's Largest Mathematics Learning Charts" the name is CIRCUS of PATTERNS

If there are indeed extra funds available, there should be close examinations made of school district needs to determine where any "surpluses" are used. In some cases, facility upgrades may be necessary. In others, teacher pay and benefits could be looked at. The difficult part of any budgetary decision is finding parties to the discussion that do not have a vested interest in the outcome other than quality education.

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