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(Jefferson City) – If Congress does not act on the “Fiscal Cliff” issue, across-the-board cuts would be devastating to students in the state of Missouri, according to Chris Guinther, President of the Missouri National Education Association (MNEA), an affiliate of the National Education Association.

Guinther spoke with Ozark Radio News and told us about her trip to Washington DC to discuss education cuts and the “Fiscal Cliff”:

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She continued and talked about the hardships that Missouri schools face, and how cuts would make them worse:

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Guinther says the NEA will be holding a National Call In Day on Monday of next week, and urges Missourians to call their Senators and Representatives and advocate for education funding and a resolution of the “Fiscal Cliff” issue.

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