For my entire life, the government has been pouring more and more money into public schools to solve the problem of our failing education system, and kids are no better educated today than kids were 30 or 40 years ago. Since more money has not produced better educated kids, what makes you people think that less money is going to produce less educated kids?
I have an idea... It's a bit unconventional and you really have to step outside the box on this one, but how about you wait a few years and see what the educational results of those cuts actually are, before assuming that our children will be less educated?
Oh, but that wouldn't be politically prudent now would it?