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Stop budget cuts on South Carolina schools!

168 Signatures Goal: 250

Dear Governor Sanford, As parents we are appalled at the recent budget cuts placed upon South Carolina schools. Our children deserve much, much better than this! Georgia’s per pupil budget is over $5,000.00 per student and North Carolina’s is over $4,000.00 per student. We are furious that our lawmakers passed a bill to give OUR children only $1643.00 per student. This is preposterous! We have a lot of amazing teachers in South Carolina and it is horrible that we may lose many of them because of these cuts! The good, hardworking people of South Carolina elect officials to see that our rights are protected. It is a sad, sad day in South Carolina as we are realizing that no one is protecting the rights of our children. Mr. Governor, we hope that you will be the person to stand on behalf of all South Carolina children and make education a top priority, again.

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This petition was started and undersigned by the parents, teachers, and concerned people of South Carolina.

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Signatures

  • 9 years ago
    jimmy scott United States
    9 years ago
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    Jennifer Barish United States
    9 years ago
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    Stephanie Count United States
    10 years ago
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    Jameion Fowler United States
    12 years ago
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    Joy Lampley United States
    12 years ago
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    Claudia Lightsey Ware United States
    12 years ago
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    Marilyn Wilbanks United States
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    Chanda Lawson United States
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    Jamie White United States
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    Tammy Hutchinson United States
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    Patricia Lawter United States
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    Kelly Smith United States
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    Thomas Shaver United States
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    Anthony Calandra United States
    12 years ago
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    Deborah Hartness United States
    12 years ago
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