09:54 05 May 2013
When talking about fiscal budgeting and programs that need to be slashed, the one that is a long-term (LT) investments that benefits both the local and national communities, is sixth formers education.
Because lawmakers consider it as long term, their thinking is that one can simply “borrow” from it for the time being to fund other programs and that it will be replaced at another time, hopefully with interest. But you can only draw from the well for only so long before it starts to affect other things,
Individual household know all too well that if you pull payment from one bill to cover the cost of another, saying it will be replaced at a later date that never comes. And the resulting action brings the eventual loss of that service.
This spiralling issue is on a larger scale with government programs. Yes, each one is as important as the next but borrowing from sixth former education long term funding that is for the most part the marrow of life’s blood of both the economy and workforce. With the pace of technology and global markets ever increasing,
Filing our students in their sixth former education funding should never be an option. Not only are they the future of the country they are the future of both the workforce and economy.
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