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How $5.4 Billion Cuts Affected Texas Public Education
Children at Risk

January, 2013


CHILDREN AT RISK invites you to be one of the first to hear our findings from the Texas Public Education Cuts- Impact Assessment from Dr. Bob Sanborn, CEO and President, and Sarah Goff, Research Coordinator.
From January to September 2012, CHILDREN AT RISK conducted a mixed methods study, which included a survey with a random stratified sample of school districts, to provide an objective assessment of the impact of state budget cuts on Texas’ schools and students. Please join us to learn how these unprecedented budget cuts affected students and schools in Texas, in order to prepare to advocate in the 83rd Legislative Session.
Where: United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
1800 North Lamar Street
Dallas, TX 75202
When: February 4th, 2013 
12:00- 1:00 pm
Price: $25.00
(Boxed Lunches will be provided)
Thank you to the generous consortium of funders from across the state who made this study and event possible.
CHILDREN AT RISK is a nonprofit organization that drives change for children through research, education and influencing public policy. Our mission is to serve as a catalyst for change to improve the quality of life for children through strategic research, public policy analysis, education, collaboration and advocacy.

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