NYC schools look to principals to balance budgets

08/18/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

When New York City gave principals more authority over their schools in 2007, they also inherited more responsibility to cut budgets. The Department of Education's overall budget has increased since 2007, but required expenses for programs such as special-education services also have gone up, forcing schools to cut an average of 13.7% during that time. This New York Times article tells the story of five New York City schools and the sacrifices they have made to stay afloat.

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