Georgia district rehires 132 special educators

06/11/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

One Georgia school district is rehiring 500 teachers -- including 132 who work in special education -- because of job openings created by educators who retired or left the district for other reasons. District officials in Cobb County had distributed layoff notices to more than 1,000 school employees, including 171 special-education teachers, because of a budget shortfall. Critics said the move would harm education for the district's most vulnerable students.

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