Will federal aid be in time to save some educators' jobs?

08/16/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Federal funding recently approved to save education jobs wasn't passed in time for some laid-off teachers. In Georgia, many former public-school teachers have taken positions at private or parochial schools or have been forced to leave the profession for jobs in other fields. "I am heartbroken," said one former teacher who now works for a pest-control service. "I thought I'd be teaching for 30 years."

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