Budget woes force curriculum cuts at elite Brooklyn school

09/22/2004 | NYTimes.com

New York City Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein's push to open 200 small schools has resulted in budget cuts to larger schools. Midwood High School, renowned for producing scores of semifinalists in the Intel national science competition, had to reduce its AP offerings and scrap weekend remedial classes because it did not have enough money to pay its teachers.

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