Padlocked school libraries in Mass
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"That is also the case in Winthrop, where classes begin tomorrow. Consumer sciences -- what was once known as home economics -- will not be offered at Winthrop High School this year. Each of Winthrop's four school libraries has been "padlocked" because the librarians were let go as part of 22 layoffs and $1.5 million in cuts, Superintendent of Schools Thomas Giancristiano said. And no after-school activities, such as drama or sports, were funded.""