But a group of Northcentral Florida residents is working hard to ensure that public schools remain a top priority. The group is concerned that even more budget cuts are going to take a deeper bite out of education.
"We are fortunate to still be here right now but we're not really sure how much longer that will be," says Carolyn Carbaugh, a teacher at Gainesville High School.
Carolyn Carbaugh has been a teacher at Gainesville High School for 14 years and is trying to cope with the possibility that she may no longer teach this class. She is not the only one thinking this way. For more on this story please see video:
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