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Advocates Call For More K-12 Education Funding In Virginia

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By Tommie McNeil, Virginia Public Radio

Some education groups and localities in Virginia are calling on Go. Bob McDonnell and the Virginia General Assembly to invest more in public schools.

The groups are calling for funding to be restored to Kaine-administration levels and a solidified salary increase for teachers.

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