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Why is education allowed to fall?

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Education has always seemed as constant as sunrise, and as vital to our existence and development. Vanished are the days when ABC was as easy as 1-2-3, and reliability of a first-class scholastic experience was within easy grasp. Skies of promising futures with valorous sheepskins in hand have been clouded by storms of financial instability, program eliminations and shortages of cash. Students, savoring dreams of ideal futures paved from roads of learning, suddenly may have to tread very lightly on charcoals of fire to reach the promised land.

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