Budget deficit could lead to 1,077 job cuts in Clark County (Nev.) district

April 8, 2010
Board works to close $141 million shortfall
From The Las Vegas Review-Journal: The Clark County (Nev.) School Board has approved a tentative 2010-11 budget that is $30 million short of closing a $141 million gap created by reduced state funding and declining property tax revenues. It's red ink the school board plans to clear before June 8, when a final budget must be submitted to the state. A total of 1,077 positions are at stake if the district cannot find alternatives to job cuts to resolve the budget shortfall. The district already has identified 540 teaching and 109 administrative positions for possible elimination. The tentative budget requires cutting another 428 jobs to balance the budget for the new fiscal year that begins July 1.

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