Cuts in Education

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Fewer teachers and buses, as well as less money for materials, maintenance and programs, area superintendents said that's the harsh reality of cuts in education.

Superintendents representing 28 area school systems gathered in Bowling Green to analyze their current status and discuss decisions they may be forced to make in the future. The group hopes to make the public and lawmakers more aware of the true impact on area schools.

Combined, the 28 school districts have reported a loss totaling nearly $47 million.