Kristie Bradley of Newcastle, Oklahoma, with Bandit, the family dog, spends time with her children, from left, Leah, 11, Cooper, 3, Macy, 7, and Colton, 9, on a Friday, now that they no longer have school that day because of budget cuts.
Kristie Bradley of Newcastle, Oklahoma, with Bandit, the family dog, spends time with her children, from left, Leah, 11, Cooper, 3, Macy, 7, and Colton, 9, on a Friday, now that they no longer have school that day because of budget cuts. Bill O'Leary The Washington Post
Kristie Bradley of Newcastle, Oklahoma, with Bandit, the family dog, spends time with her children, from left, Leah, 11, Cooper, 3, Macy, 7, and Colton, 9, on a Friday, now that they no longer have school that day because of budget cuts. Bill O'Leary The Washington Post

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May 27, 2017 8:17 PM

Budget cuts have forced many Oklahoma schools to shorten to a four-day week

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