Oregon budget shortfall could mean layoffs or program cuts for schools

01/21/2009 | SeattlePI.com

Oregon officials say that funding for schools might be cut to help make up an estimated $650 million shortfall in the current fiscal year's budget. If education money was slashed, school districts would have to decide whether to lay off employees or make cuts to school programs, this article says.

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