NYC leaders say education cuts appear necessary

03/20/2008 | NYTimes.com · NYTimes.com

A day after thousands of NYC educators, parents and students protested in front of City Hall to demand increased spending for public schools, schools chancellor Joel I. Klein said cuts were likely unavoidable. Pointing to a softening economy, Klein said there is "little choice but to look at all parts of the system, including the schools, for savings." He added, "Everything is on the table."

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