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Posted at 11:04 AM ET, 06/15/2010

Fewer furloughs for Pr. Geo. schools?

By Washington Post editors

The plan to furlough Prince George's employees will be less severe than expected, NBC 4 is reporting.

Prince George's schools superintendent William Hite is expected to present his furlough plan to the school board Thursday for approval. The plan calls for one less furlough day for all employees. Under the original plan, 12-month employees, such as administrators, would have 10 furlough days.
Ten-month employees, such as teachers, would have five furlough days.

The board in February approved a $1.66 billion budget, cutting 2.6 percent, or $45 million, from current spending levels.


By Washington Post editors  | June 15, 2010; 11:04 AM ET
Categories:  Maryland  | Tags:  Prince George's County, prince george's board of education, prince george's school system  
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