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OEA: 3,800 teachers, staff to lose jobs



Published: Thu, May 26, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m.

Associated Press

CINCINNATI

Ohio school districts already are cutting thousands of jobs in anticipation of losing funding in the upcoming state budget, as unions and other education groups lobby hard at the Statehouse to get some of it restored.

In Cincinnati, 226 school district jobs have been cut, including 145 teaching positions. Columbus schools are eliminating the equivalent of about 260 full-time jobs, including about 200 teaching positions. Cleveland’s district is eliminating more than 800 jobs, including 643 teacher slots. Dayton school officials are cutting nearly 300 jobs, including about 140 teacher and teacher-support positions.

The Ohio Education Association union says nearly 3,800 teacher and support staff jobs in Ohio won’t be filled next year through layoffs, retirements or resignations.


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1chaz4224(10 comments)posted 2 years, 10 months ago

We need to get rid of the bought and paid for politicians, why don't we bust their union,after all they vote on their own benefits.

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