Major cuts coming to Newark schools
Newark schools are slated to lose more than $75 million under Gov. Chris Christie's budget cuts.
In three months, $77 million will be cut from the Newark Public School System. This follows the $44 million that was slashed in 2009.
Not all non-tenured teachers will be laid off, but the school system will likely have to cut staff members. The school system will also likely have to increase class sizes.
Music, sports and other extra-curricular activities could also be on the chopping block.