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Adjusting To Cuts At The Beaverton School District

OPB | Nov. 9, 2012 12:30 p.m. | Updated: Sept. 11, 2013 12:14 a.m.

Rob Manning/OPB

Earlier this year, the Beaverton School Board approved a budget that eliminated 344 of its 4,000 teaching positions. But the adjustments teachers had to make didn’t end with the cuts. Now educators are adjusting to larger class sizes, and some are being transferred to different schools to teach new subjects.

Starting Friday, they’re also beginning to use new software — called “Synergy” — that will let teachers and administrators to keep track of grades and student information. For some teachers, learning to use the new program has been as much of a headache as coping with growing class sizes.

Are you a Beaverton School District parent, educator, or student? How have the cuts affected you?

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