Twenty-Eight Positions Could Be Cut At Eastport South Manor School District Twenty-Eight Positions Could Be Cut At Eastport South Manor School District - 27 East

Twenty-Eight Positions Could Be Cut At Eastport South Manor School District

authorLaura Cooper on Feb 23, 2011
Eastport South Manor School Superintendent Mark Nocero’s preliminary $82.4 million 2011-12 budget calls for the slashing of 28 staff positions, citing proposed cuts in state funding and rising personnel costs.... more

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