Will more jobs become available in Massachusetts schools in 2013?

In Massachusetts, several school officials are asking government leaders for support to increase their staffs this year. The MetroWest Daily News reports that administrators from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in Sudbury, Massachusetts, presented their arguments for hiring more workers to local representatives during a meeting on February 11, 2013. 

Sudbury school personnel requested that government agencies reconsider the fiscal 2014 spending plan to bring additional educational opportunities to qualified teachers throughout the state. Scott Carpenter, the high school's superintendent, stated that the institution serves 300 more students than it did in 2002, and he hopes that local administrators will evaluate options to bolster the facility's work team. 

Leaders in Manassas, Virginia, recently announced that they have no plans to eliminate specific teaching jobs from their upcoming budget. According to InsideNoVA, school administrators were concerned that some positions would be cut from the 2014 budget, but city officials stated that there will be no jobs cuts in the near future. 

Education is essential for children of all ages, and more cities and towns could evaluate their spending initiatives to dedicate resources to schools. If more funds are set aside to hire education professionals, schools could provide students with world-class assistance to ensure that they learn a wide assortment of skills. 

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