The Impact of Budget Cuts in Education

The following was released by WNDR News of Kannapolis City Schools. I’ve greatly enjoyed the privilege of consulting with KCS for several years.

“North Carolina as well as the rest of the nation are faced with a struggle in keeping the budget balanced. As educators and parents we have a responsibility to our students to see that they receive a learning experience that will prepare them for the 21st century. With more students entering our doors every year it is imperative that we invest in their future, so that they will have one.”

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Clif Mims is a Christian, husband, father, teacher, cancer warrior, and fan of the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Memphis Grizzlies.

2 thoughts on “The Impact of Budget Cuts in Education”

  1. Budget cuts will always be bad for education, as long as education is a federal government project. When schools become privatized, that will bring about higher quality education that would allow us to keep up with the rest of the World. Thanks for keeping us aware!

  2. Great advocacy in this video! I hope this is happening everywhere! Unfortunately, things in NC are a lot bleaker than in places like Wisconsin. Yes, things are bad there, but we’re going on 3 years of not even getting a ‘step’, definitely no raises, more students, and losing programs. Something will need to give.

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