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Livin' is uneasy

Summer turns into a time of anxiety for schoolteachers as districts look to cut costs

Julia Norman, who recently lost her teaching job in Sudbury, fills out last-minute paperwork before leaving her Waltham home for an interview. She has sent out 83 resumes. (Globe Correspondent / Lisa Poole) Julia Norman, who recently lost her teaching job in Sudbury, fills out last-minute paperwork before leaving her Waltham home for an interview. She has sent out 83 resumes.
By Ralph Ranalli and Brian Benson
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / July 24, 2008

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The annual New Hampshire camping trip that used to be 14 days is now down to five, and there won't be any side trips to theme parks for Westborough teacher Deborah Harvell and her two teenage daughters. (Full article: 1201 words)

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