Layoffs of educators and staff within the Monrovia Unified School District's K-12, adult education, regional occupational programs and pre-kindergarten programs could be considered at the Board of Education's meeting on Wednesday.
Two items on the board's agenda request that the board adopt a resolution that would "reduce or discontinue particular kinds of service" in the aforementioned areas at the end of the 2011-2012 school year.
About 42 full-time positions in K-12, adult education and regional occupational programs face elimination, along with 13 pre-kindergarten teachers (which the district adds up to 9.4 full-time positions).
Readers can see the exact breakdowns of positions on the agenda reports attached to this story.
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