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Cuts affect AP test funds

March 23, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Some local school officials are scrambling in reaction to federal funding cuts Friday, possibly as a result of sequestration....

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Watching

Mar-23-13 1:23 PM

These are the future citizens who will contribute to the tax coffers. Someone needs to find the funds to make sure these kids get the college credit for their hard work. When is West Virginia going to recognize the importance of providing a world class education for students who WANT to learn at higher levels?

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vortex

Mar-23-13 9:51 AM

I suggest that the Students that are affected get on their Bama Phones and call their Congressman.

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ISeeElephants

Mar-23-13 8:47 AM

We all enjoy taking a shot at the local BOE, but at least make it have some actual connection to the facts of the article. It's about federal funds being cut and, as the article clearly stated, the county is providing funds to help students the feds weren't already covering. No one knew the fed money wasn't coming until this week, the deadline for registering for the exams.

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BakerKat

Mar-23-13 8:28 AM

Yep no tests, no DRY classrooms - but hey you can go to the game!

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hannahROSE

Mar-23-13 2:03 AM

Guess our BOE can find money to fix stadiums but not pay for AP tests for students. WOW!

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