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If children truly are the future of this country then

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Unformatted text preview: If children truly are the future of this country, then the government needs to start acting like it and funding the future. Bibliography: Bettencourt, D.J., O’Brien, W., Tucker, P. (2011). Keeping our promise on a frugal budget. New Hampshire Business Review, 33(4), 14. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Blankenau, W., Cassou, S., & Ingram, B. (2007). Allocating government education expenditures across K- 12 and college education. Economic Theory, 31(1), 85-112. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Blase, B. (2011). Pennsylvania’s higher-education cuts spurred by Medicaid spending. The Inquirer Digital. www.philly.com. Kelderman, E. (2011). Hands off higher ed in the statehouse? hardly. bills on the table include limits on salaries, sabbaticals, unions. Retrieved from Expanded Academic ASAP. Primo, D. M. (2006). Stop US before we spend again: institutional constraints on government spending.. Economics & Politics, 18(3), 269-312. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Silber, C. (2011). Governor's budget takes us in the wrong direction. New Hampshire Business Review, 33(4), 14. Retrieved from EBSCOhost....
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