Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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September 27, 2013

School districts expect more cuts next year

GLASGOW — With federal sequestration on the horizon, local school district financial officers were advised to plan for a 10 percent cut to federal education grants for this school year.

While the 10 percent across the board cuts didn’t quite happen this school year, many think next school year the full effect of sequestration will be felt. John Stith, Barren County School director of finance, said the trend in his position is to plan for the worst but hope for the best.

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