Los Angeles News
4K LAUSD teacher layoff letters may be issued
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Letters could soon be sent out to thousands of Los Angeles Unified School District teachers warning them that they could be laid off.
The school board is considering a proposal that would send the letters to more than 4,000 teachers by March.
If their jobs are eliminated, they would receive a second letter in June.
The district is facing a $400 million budget gap and is considering the layoffs as a worst-case scenario to bridge that gap.
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