Despite heavy workload, school nurse jobs may be in jeopardy

As a Virginia district seeks to make up a $7.6 million budget shortfall, it plans to likely cut back on school nurses next year. But with more students with medical disabilities attending mainstream schools, full-time nurses are needed more than ever in every building, educators say.

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