Archive for February, 2011

LAUSD layoffs leave district without inspectors at school building sites

Layoffs at Los Angeles Unified have left the district without state-mandated inspectors at dozens of school construction sites, potentially compromising the safety of children.

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Castro says Cuba’s mass layoffs delayed

Cuban President Raul Castro has admitted that plans to lay off 500,000 state workers by March are behind schedule and that the process will be delayed to help soften the impact of the cuts, state-run television said on Monday.

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Nonprofit warns schools on senority-based layoffs

The Public Counsel Law Center has asked San Diego Unified to avoid laying off its newest teachers to preserve the stability of schools that serve needy students.

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Idaho high school students protest teacher layoffs plan

Hundreds of Idaho high school students walked out of classes on Monday to protest a plan to lay off public school teachers and curtail their rights to collective bargaining.

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New London layoff notices rescinded

Budget uncertainties have lead several school districts to send out layoff notices to all of their teachers in both Freedom and Kiel.

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Liverpool School District looking at 30 layoffs and a 4.4 percent tax increase

There will be layoffs. That’s what superintendents all over Central New York are saying. The leader of the Liverpool School District presented his budget Monday night and our Katie Gibas tells us just how many layoffs students in Liverpool will see.

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