Preliminary layoff notices will go out to over 20,000 California teachers by this Sunday, according to the California Teacher’s Association. The actual number to be laid off won’t be determined until months later. We look at how teachers and schools are preparing.

Jennifer Kuhn, director of K-12 education with the California Legislative Analyst's Office, a nonpartisan fiscal and policy adviser
Marisa Hanson, president of the East Side Teachers Association, a union representing employees in San Jose's East Side Union High School District
Michael Kirst, professor emeritus of education and business administration at Stanford University and former president of the California State Board of Education
Jill Tucker, education writer for The San Francisco Chronicle
Shannon McGee, principal of Willow Glen High School

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