School budgets tighten as real-estate markets slow

01/30/2008 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The cooling real-estate market is beginning to affect D.C.-area schools as dropping property values lead to unexpected budget shortfalls. That's forcing some systems to implement cost-cutting measures such as deferring teacher raises and limiting or delaying certain academic programs.

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