|Wednesday, April 06, 2011 – Steve Fermier and patch.com.|
|School officials in Baltimore County spelled out more details about the changes coming as a result of budget cuts for the coming year.
The tight budget calls for the elmination of nearly 200 teaching positions through attrition.
And last night teachers not planning to retire or leave on their own were reassured that the worst that could happen to them is that they would have to pack and move to another school in the county.
An administrator also told the school board that high school class sizes would increase by no more than 2 students.
Patch.com reported that Advanced Placement classes would remain at current levels which is a minimum of 12.
The final budget goes to the county council next week.