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Akron High School Students Worry About Losing Teachers and Programs

by WKSU's JULIE GRANT


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Julie Grant
 
The Akron School Board has cut freshman and middle school sports, middle school foreign languages, and elementary school music programs in an effort to save forty-million dollars. The cuts were necessary after a levy failed last spring. The district has a tax issue on the ballot again next week. Now many high school students are worried if Issue 6 doesn't pass in November, their programs will also be cut.
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