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Local school districts’ budgets are tight and getting tighter. Administrators have crunched the numbers and, if Prop. 100 fails next month, educational art programs will be among the cuts.

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Local school districts are making drastic cuts to their 2010-11 school year budgets. A decrease in money from the state, the elimination of state-paid all-day kindergarten and increases in state retirement contributions and health insurance premiums have school officials tightening their belts for the second year in a row.How tightly school districts pull that belt will depend on whether Arizona voters approve Proposition 100 on May 18.

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