All The Bad News the Dallas Independent School District Could Fit in 27 Pages
For those who weren't fortunate enough to sit through Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Michael Hinojosa's budget-gutting presentation this afternoon, what you'll find below is the complete PowerPoint presentation given to the board of trustees. In it, you'll find what the super likes to call "the new reality," which could very well include more than 3,100 campus workers let go, student-teacher ratios of 35:1 in middle and high schools, and millions more lost for supplies, bilingual education programs ... well, hell, you name it.
As the super says, this is "very, very preliminary ... a worst-case scenario." But even the best-case scenario's bloody awful. Read the whole thing on the other side. Just don't read it before bed.
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