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Governor Perdue’s budget plan includes spending cuts in most state agencies except for education.  Her plan would cut nearly $1 billion by eliminating programs and cutting Medicaid abuse.  However, public schools would get money to help teachers in lower grades assess student performances.  Teachers would also recieve their longevity-based salary increases and would get a one-time bonus to make up for furloughs last year.

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