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Caddo Parish School Board Members will have to look for another way to cut nearly $5 million dollars from it's budget.

The board was considering a plan to eliminate block scheduling and change teachers' planning periods to every other day.

Several teachers spoke out against the plan at a specially called meeting. Two motions dealing with the issue failed to pass. So as it stands right now, scheduling will remain the same for the next school year as it was for this school year.

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