Tallassee City Schools Supt.: 'Sequester Will Hurt Personnel and Special Programs'
Unless Congress comes up with a last-minute deal by Friday, $85 billion will be trimmed from federal agencies. Alabamians will feel the pinch, and our children are no exception.
"When we don't have the hands to help, that is when it becomes difficult," she says.
Cure says it's hard when she can't control her students future. Their fate is in the hands of Congress.
The federal cuts aren't just hitting the state's school systems. It's also affecting early education programs and work study programs at colleges.
Congress has until midnight Friday to strike a deal, and if they don't, leaders of Tallassee City Schools say they have a short term plan in place.