Update 4/15 | 3pm:
Before yesterday’s vote to “save” 1996 elementary school jobs Reduction in Force/RIF/layoff notices had been sent to 10,571 employees.
The final vote technically authorized 8,541 layoffs,
Superintendent Ramon Cortines and Chief Financial Officer Megan Reilly said the district would route state funding to individual schools, allowing them to "buy back" 3,167 positions
Resulting in a final estimate of 5,374 layoffs.
“Allowing them” being the mother of all assumptions. - smf
Los Angeles Daily News – April 15
By Connie Llanos and George B. Sánchez, Staff Writers A divided Los Angeles Unified Board of Education narrowly approved a plan Tuesday to lay off more than ...
Long Beach Press-Telegram – April 15
The Los Angeles Board of Education voted Tuesday to lay off up to 5400 teachers and support personnel for the 2009-10 year, hours after saving nearly 2000 ...
Los Angeles Times – April 15
No one expects every employee with a layoff notice in the Los Angeles Unified School District to be out of work, and most observers believe the current ...