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While most school districts are looking at budget cuts, the Marion County Board of Education announced last week that it plans to spend more money in hopes of improving the district’s reading scores.
“If we're going to remedy the reading problem, we're going to have to spend more money,” Board Chairman Michael Mullins said during a special called meeting Feb. 5.
The meeting, which was centered around the district’s finances, led to a discussion regarding the district’s reading scores.
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