Fairfax County is home to one of the largest and most complex public school systems in the country. The daily business of meeting expectations in this school district has also gotten more complicated, now that a major statewide budget shortfall is looming over all Virginia schools. We talk with Jack Dale, Fairfax County’s superintendent, about the challenges that lie ahead for principals, teachers, students and parents in the district.

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Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Jack Dale discusses how budget cuts are likely to affect teacher pay. He also discusses whether it makes sense to raise taxes to preserve all-day kindergarten, foreign language classes, and other programs.

Dale responds to listener concern about funding for Gifted and Talented (GT) programs:

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