Teacher layoffs made official

Teacher layoffs made official

There are 1 comment on the San Mateo Daily Journal story from May 15, 2010, titled Teacher layoffs made official. In it, San Mateo Daily Journal reports that:

School districts across San Mateo County issued layoff notices, many recently approved, this week which will mean an increase in class sizes this fall.

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Redwood City, CA

#1 Jun 1, 2010
I ran into teachers that claimed not to have access to 'roller' copy machines, when there were xerox or photocopy machines in the 1980's. The school test was made by another teacher, sometimes the teacher used an older edition. The teacher claim of a graduate of Yale, then SCU; then some mention of being a Accountant, or M.D.. Othere where the person claimed to be the other teacher. I say its ''OK'', especially if the student government took the honor roll list for graduation invitations and edited the list.

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