OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — A budget shortfall means more than a dozen administrators at Nebraska's largest school district will soon be out of a job, or back in the classroom.
Our partners at the Omaha World-Herald report that OPS Superintendent Cheryl Logan sent an e-mail to workers talking about the move.
She called it a need, as the district tries to cut $10 million from next year's budget.
The cuts will affect as many as 20 people who work in the central office. Those losing their positions will be eligible to work at other schools in the district.