Layoffs in Texas district include 100 special-education positions

04/7/2010 | KIAH-TV (Houston)

A Texas school district is hoping to offset a multimillion-dollar budget shortage by eliminating 470 positions, including about 100 special-education teachers and staff. District officials said that a decline in the number of students with special needs, combined with an increase in the hiring of special-education teachers and staff in recent years, contributed to the decision to eliminate those positions.

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