L.A. schools trade higher deficit for classroom stability

01/26/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

To prevent classroom disruption, Los Angeles schools will not lay off the 2,300 teachers whose jobs were said to possibly be at risk last week, district officials say. Layoffs are inevitable next year, however, said superintendent Ramon C. Cortines, especially since the decision not to lay off teachers mid-year worsens the district's budget problems for next school year.

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