TULSA — This is a crucial week for dozens of workers at Tulsa Public Schools, who may find out whether they'll lose their jobs.
The school board is meeting on Tuesday to discuss possibly cutting 174 positions, officials say.
Officials say it's part of the district's ongoing efforts to make up a $20 million budget shortfall for the next school year.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday at the Education Service Center at 4:30 p.m.
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