220 Randolph Co. Schools employees may have work hours cut

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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — More than 200 Randolph County Schools employees face the possibility they could work 20 percent fewer hours when students return for classes in August, according to The Courier-Tribune.

The cutbacks are due to state funding reductions. The affected employees include teacher assistants, media assistants and other support positions whose hours may be reduced to 80 percent employment.

According to the paper, the employees would work the equivalent of 6.2 hours a day on both instructional and workdays during the 2013-14 school year.

Letters were mailed to affected employees on Monday evening.

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