From the CBC website
Trustees with the Calgary Board of Education have approved an operating budget with a $10 million deficit and job cuts.
The financial plan for 2010-11 confirms the loss of 192 full-time teaching and 85 support positions this fall.
After factoring in retirements and resignations, the jobs of 169 probationary teachers — who are in their first year of the profession — are in limbo. Board chair Pat Cochrane said final numbers won't be clear until closer to September.
The financial crunch comes after a freeze on provincial funding and a negotiated wage raise for teachers.
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