[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/03/04/t1larg.ucla.cnn.jpg caption=""] Across the U.S. students are protesting education budget cuts that have resulted in tuition hikes, canceled classes and the doubling of class waiting lists. More than 100 protests in 33 states are planned as part of the Day of Action to Defend Education. Students in Georgia and California are facing tuition increases of more than 30 percent.
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As people across the country today protest budget cuts to education, the CNN Stimulus Desk is taking a look at just how much the $862 billion stimulus has done to help schools over the past year.
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[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/03/04/am.kid.plane.control.cnn.640×480.jpg caption=""] A New York air traffic controller is under investigation for allegedly allowing his two small children to speak directly to pilots over the radio frequency. Recordings have surfaced of the controller’s son clearing a Jet Blue flight for takeoff and later speaking to an Air Mexico flight. The FAA has said these incidents violated standards of professional conduct and policy, but also common sense. But some say the incident has been blown out of proportion since the father was supervising his children in both cases.
What do you think about the “junior” air traffic controller controversy?