A budget crisis in Cleveland schools

06/4/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Due to state budget cuts and waning tax revenues, Cleveland schools are facing a $100 million deficit. To resolve the crisis, the school board is considering slashing 1,400 jobs, canceling summer school and dropping extracurricular activities such as football and baseball.

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