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Hundreds of Clark County teachers and staff received pink slips within the last week. Now the fear is that class sizes will increase and student performance will go into decline. We're joined by a panel of teachers to share their thoughts on negotiating with the district, teacher morale and the state of education in southern Nevada.
Vikki Courtney, 2nd Grade Teacher, Sandy Miller Elementary 
Kerry Soper, 5th Grade Teacher, Forbuss Elementary         
Karlana Kulseth, English Teacher, Rancho HS
Adam Berger, Spec Ed (Autism) Teacher, Steele ES

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