Seattle residents wince as state makes education cuts

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

School districts across the country are preparing for a rough road ahead as state lawmakers look for ways to cut spending from their budgets. In Seattle, the tough choices mean closing five schools and the pinch is being felt in some African-American neighborhoods. For more on this we are joined by Phyllis Fletcher, a reporter for KUOW in Seattle, and Michele McNeil, a reporter for Education Week.

Guests:

Phyllis Fletcher, Michele McNeil and Jen Poyant

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