If "near-final" documents obtained by The Washington Post are true, education would see deep cuts to the tune of more than $10 billion under President Donald Trump's education budget. The budget is set to be released as early as Tuesday.

The Washington Post reports that funding for federal K-12 and higher-education initiatives and programs would vanish or be redirected.

The education budget documents indicate that the administration would direct some of the savings from large cuts to various programs to school choice programs instead.

"Funding for college work-study programs would be cut in half, public-service loan forgiveness would end and hundreds...

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