While the 2011 budget hasn't been made public yet, it is absolutely going to have cuts in state aid to public school districts. It's also going to have cuts in aid to colleges, to local governments, to hospitals for charity care, to nonprofits, to various state agencies, to assorted social programs, to grant funds, to parks. Get the picture. Everything is going to get less state cash this year. The state can't spend $30 billion a year anymore because it's not bringing in that much in taxes...The NJEA says shame on the governor for cutting state aid and shame on any New Jerseyans who don't gladly accept tax hikes year after year. We say, shame on the NJEA for its out-of-touch, taxpayers-be-damned attitudeEditorial Staff at the Courier-Post.