Despite increasing workload, more schools lay off nurses

As more students with serious medical needs enroll in mainstream schools, parents like Debi Bailey often choose schools based on the presence of nurses. But many more schools are laying off nurses to save money or because many can't offer salaries competitive enough to draw nurses away from more lucrative specialties.

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