Costs are going up, and the number of students is going down, but Seattle Public Schools plans to increase its staff by 102 jobs next school year and use $12.6 million of its savings to do so.Only in the public sector.A truly great moment in public education.
It's a plan that Steve Sundquist, chairman of the School Board's finance committee, calls unsustainable but responsible.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
The Seattle Times reports:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 8:36 AM