Should students have more say in education budget cuts?
Asked at Java Break on March 8, 2002
“Most of the time we don’t even hear about it until it’s too late to do anything. I think they’re taking a pretty active role now. They can’t really do much else.”
“They don’t have any say really. It’s all been laid down by the governor and the representatives. They have to raise tuition because they’re cutting education.”
“Yeah, I think they should because it affects them more than anyone.”
“I think the special-education cuts are especially going to hurt the families in the long run. And these kids don’t have a voice. They don’t have that chance.”