Education comprises more than 50 percent of state spending; therefore, if lawmakers refuse to add new revenues to the state budget, the likely consequences for years to come are: larger class sizes in K-12 schools, less school days for some K-12 schools, more adjunct faculty at colleges and universities instead of full-time faculty, cuts in pay for teachers and instructors, and less supportive services such as tutoring, advising, and professional development. Download the PDF.

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