Published Online: January 18, 2011
Published in Print: January 19, 2011, as 1,500 Jobs at Risk in N.C. District

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1,500 Jobs at Risk in N.C. District

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools Superintendent Peter Gorman last week recommended cutting hundreds of teaching and assistant jobs to help close an expected $100 million budget shortfall. He also proposed extending the school day and eliminating a preschool program. The cuts would represent about 9 percent of the districts 16,000 employees.

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