Gloomy budget news: another reason we don’t need a new charter

The Sentinel reported on Thursday that SC City Schools, facing up to $7M in cutbacks, issued pink slips to 18 employees. A group of parents attended the same school board meeting and spoke out during the public comment period about their opposition to any new charter. The district, which is on on the “fixed income” of Basic Aid (not calculated per student), simply can’t afford to start a new school without catastrophic fallout to the existing ones. It’s that simple.


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Parents, teachers, and concerned community members making an argument against the petition for a new charter elementary school in Santa Cruz city or county districts.
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