The Cleveland Metropolitan School District could lay off 13% of its workforce and shutter seven schools in an effort to close a $47 million shortfall and stabilize its bottom line.

The school board’s interim chief executive officer last week proposed more than $74 million in cuts. The plan would lay off 835 employees, including 650 teachers.

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