San Diego superintendent takes aim at funding crisis

03/25/2008 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Terry Grier started Monday as San Diego's new superintendent and has already identified $80 million in school spending cuts as the district seeks to make ends meet amid a state budget crunch. He spoke Monday with students and educators to prepare them for the tough times ahead: "We can't, because we are losing money, go backwards academically in the district," he said.

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