Jack O’Connell, the California superintendent of schools, at a news conference last month.
Our future hopes rest on our most precious resource, our children. We need to afford them every advantage we can but this year is looking bleak. Their educators are looking at cuts that most of us never expected to face. Thousands of teachers will be getting a pink slip at the end of this year.
tramadol online pharmacyultram online no prescriptionbuy adipex without prescriptionbuy ambien online without prescription ambien online pharmacy buy ambien online no prescription buy tramadol online without prescription buy tramadol without prescription buy valium online without prescription buy ambien no prescription ultram online without prescription
The districts have no choice, they say, because their usual sources of revenue — state money and local property taxes — have been hit hard by the recession. In addition, federal stimulus money earmarked for education has been mostly used up this year.buy adipex online without prescription
As a result, the 2010-11 school term is shaping up as one of the most austere in the last half century. In addition to teacher layoffs, districts are planning to close schools, cut programs, enlarge classes and shorten the school day, week or year to save money.