Union County (N.C.) district cuts more than 400 jobs for 2012-13

April 4, 2012
Budget shortfall forces board to cut 55 teaching jobs and more than 350 teacher assistant positions

From The Charlotte Observer: The Union County (N.C.) School Board has slashed more than 400 classroom jobs to deal with a $10 million budget shortfall. The board voted to eliminate about 55 teaching positions and more than 350 teacher assistant jobs. The cuts will go into effect at the start of the 2012-13 fiscal year.

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