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April 8, 2011 12:00 AM

School cuts laid out

The Wichita school district will cut its funding for the Parents as Teachers program and the National Academic League as part of its phase two budget cuts, officials said Thursday. The district also is eliminating 72 positions as it looks to cut $30 million from next year's $630 million budget.

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