At the start of last school year there were about 15,000 fewer full-time jobs in Florida public schools than there were in 2007. Almost all of those jobs — 99.5% — are support staff positions like custodians, secretaries and classroom aides.
StateImpact Florida has been reporting on the changes in staffing at Florida public schools.
Want to know how your school district compares? You can see a map of county-by-county changes in full-time support staff here:
MAP: SUPPORT STAFF JOB LOSS IN FLORIDA COUNTIES
Click on each county to see how many support positions have been gained or lost.
How have you felt the changes in staffing at your schools? Tell us in the comments section below.