St. Paul outlines plan to ease revenue shortage by cutting teachers, closing schools

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As school districts across the state face budget issues, Saint Paul is dealing with an especially large revenue shortfall of $25 million dollars. The school district has proposed closing three schools, cutting teachers, staff and cutting back its open enrollment policy. At a public forum last week, District administration outlined its plan to members of the community. Reporter Marty Owings has the story from Saint Paul.

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