In December, the Trump administration unveiled a $1.1 trillion aid package for states that are facing fiscal troubles.
But states will not receive the money until next year, when lawmakers will be able to vote on it.
It’s a move that many experts say will leave many of the poorest states behind.
For example, most states in the Northeast and Midwest have already cut spending on education, according to a recent report by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
The states in question include: Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
While most of these states have already received billions of dollars in federal funding, they’re not getting the help they need, according the Center for Budget and Fiscal Policy.
In fact, a lot of the money that’s going to the states is being spent on things like education, infrastructure, and policing.
And some of these programs will be eliminated in the next five years.
In the case of education, the White House announced that states will receive an additional $4.5 billion in aid over the next decade.
The Trump administration did not specify how much it would be, but it will be used to provide additional funds to states to implement school funding reforms and prepare for future budget cuts.
But in order to get the extra funding, states are having to cut spending.
So if you’re a state in a state of crisis, and you don’t have enough money to cover the needs of your students, you’re going to be behind.
As a result, many of these places have already reduced their spending on public schools, according a report by Emily Coyle at The Atlantic.
For instance, in Wisconsin, the state is facing a $3.6 billion budget shortfall.
The state’s schools are struggling, and there are not enough teachers to meet the needs.
In New York, where it’s not unusual for schools to have more than 30 teachers, a state representative introduced a bill in the state legislature to provide $1 million for the state’s public schools.
The legislation would have paid for the first year of a new teacher contract, and it would have given the state additional funds for a year of additional teacher training.
The money would have also helped the state to provide more funding to schools.
But the state governor, Andrew Cuomo, opposed the bill, arguing that the additional funding would have been used to increase funding to the public schools and not teachers.
Cuomo is expected to announce his support for the new teachers compensation plan at a news conference on Wednesday.
The new teachers bill would also have allowed the state state to offer higher pay for more hours, including more paid time off.
But some teachers’ unions are also calling for additional state money to help the state pay teachers, arguing there are more than 10,000 vacancies in the public school system and the state needs more teachers.
These teachers will not be paid the same as their public school counterparts.
They will have to teach on an even playing field, where the teacher has the right to demand more money.
So the question that we’re asking is why aren’t we getting the teachers compensation package?
And there’s a lot more we need to do.
And if we can’t get the teachers money, the question becomes, ‘Why aren’t the states paying for our teachers?
Why aren’t states paying the public education system?
What’s happening is that we are in a race between these states, and we’re not even being compensated for what we need.
And we’re in a situation where we’re seeing a massive failure of leadership.
There’s no reason that we can continue to have the kinds of teachers that we do in a way that is sustainable, and this is why we’re calling for a funding solution.