Teachers are called on to help cut costs in New York City schools

09/14/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

As they lead schools with tighter budgets, New York City public-school principals are asking teachers to contribute additional effort, time and resources. One principal asked teachers to look for cheap supplies, work on grants together and to expect to take on multiple duties. Principals say that the pressure to cut costs while maintaining high academic standards has trimmed all extras, and they are worried about the academic effect on students.

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