OPS plans job cuts to close funding gap

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - Omaha Public Schools plans to cut about 75 jobs. The state's largest school district, which is looking for ways to deal with a $26 million funding gap, sent out 50 notices to workers last week telling them their jobs might be cut. 

The current cuts do not involve teachers, but range from IT workers to assistant principals. 

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