Eye on Education

Cleveland’s Schools Will Get An Extra $15 Million to Help with Budget Cuts

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland schools will have their budgets cut by $5.2 million next year, instead of the $21 million the district and teachers had predicted in February. The district announced Wednesday that the administration can give schools $15 million more than planned, reducing cuts that had sparked a protest to the school board and confusion across the city.

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