Facing cost increases of up to $30 million next school year and no additional state funding, the Wichita school district’s chief financial officer said leaders will have to consider laying off teachers or other personnel. “We have a big enough hole to fill that we’re probably going to get into staff cuts,” Jim Freeman said Tuesday.
Facing cost increases of up to $30 million next school year and no additional state funding, the Wichita school district’s chief financial officer said leaders will have to consider laying off teachers or other personnel. “We have a big enough hole to fill that we’re probably going to get into staff cuts,” Jim Freeman said Tuesday. Suzanne Perez Tobias The Wichita Eagle
Facing cost increases of up to $30 million next school year and no additional state funding, the Wichita school district’s chief financial officer said leaders will have to consider laying off teachers or other personnel. “We have a big enough hole to fill that we’re probably going to get into staff cuts,” Jim Freeman said Tuesday. Suzanne Perez Tobias The Wichita Eagle

Wichita school district officials will consider staff cuts

March 08, 2016 01:34 PM

UPDATED March 08, 2016 05:16 PM

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