Gains like those made last year at Lexington's James Lane Allen Elementary, which significantly narrowed its achievement gap, can't be sustained with proposed budget cuts, education leaders say.
Gains like those made last year at Lexington's James Lane Allen Elementary, which significantly narrowed its achievement gap, can't be sustained with proposed budget cuts, education leaders say.
Gains like those made last year at Lexington's James Lane Allen Elementary, which significantly narrowed its achievement gap, can't be sustained with proposed budget cuts, education leaders say.

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