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