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What is ADM? Why does it matter? Superintendent Scott Elliott in Watauga County explains in this tweet. Please share.

“Our public schools are working hard to be all things to all people right now, and many schools have been the glue holding our communities together during the pandemic. We are the support system for so many students and families, especially in places where the economy of scale is not present to buffer shortfalls. I strongly endorse the hold harmless provision for ADM for the 2020-2021 year. Our families need us more than ever in this uncertain time,” says Superintendent Aaron Greene, Polk County Schools.

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