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What’s A Teacher Worth?

Young students raise their hands in a classroom.

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Above: Young students raise their hands in a classroom.

Guests

Scott Barnett, trustee for the San Diego Unified School District Sub-District C.

Richard Barrera, president of the San Diego Unified School District's board of education.

Transcript

The San Diego Unified School District says it's facing another huge budget gap. Deficit estimates are between 70 and 100 million dollars, depending on state tax revenues. After years of budget cutting, the districts money options are running thin. School board trustee Scott Barnett says he has a plan to keep the district solvent.

Here's what the San Diego Education Association says about Barnett's plan.

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