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|Friday, June 19, 2009|
In order to protect classrooms, many Portland-area teachers have accepted pay freezes and other cuts. But while those schools will see few changes in the fall, smaller districts will have larger classes and fewer programs to make up for budget shortfalls.
Read the full article at Oregonlive.com.
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