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As Spencer County students head back to the classroom to begin a new year this fall, don’t expect to see them bringing home any new books.
Superintendent Chuck Adams said he expects the state to forego next year’s textbook purchase cycle, which could have meant new math books for grades K through 8. In a similar move, the school board voted to cut $30,000 toward the purchase of high school textbooks when they approved the district’s 2009-10 draft budget last week.
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