Below is an update from Lucy Friedman of ExpandEd Schools.
“The House Appropriations Committee voted to pass a spending bill that would cut $2.4 billion from the Department of Education.
In California alone, this would result in more than a $20 million cut to 21st CCLC afterschool programs, with a $10 million cut to high school afterschool programs.
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You can also track the budget process and learn how you can add your input by going to the Afterschool Alliance website.
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