All certified librarian positions could be cut from L.A. schools

03/15/2010 | School Library Journal

The Los Angeles school district may eliminate all certified school librarians next year as part of a proposal to close a $640 million budget deficit that includes laying off 5,200 school employees, including teachers. "What is devastating is that our students will not have access to a school library, which for most is the only place that they can find reading materials," one teacher-librarian said of the proposed cuts.

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