Nearly 1,000 Kentucky education jobs eliminated

07/31/2008 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Cuts to Kentucky's state K-12 education budget of about $172 million after inflation have resulted in the elimination thus far of about 455 educators and 520 aides and other school staff, according to a Kentucky School Boards Association survey. Many district leaders said professional-development and tutoring programs took big hits, and they worried that job cuts next school year will be even deeper, according to Brad Hughes, the association's spokesman, as another $171 million in funding will be lost in the next fiscal year.

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