Of course, counting jobs that were saved can be a squishier proposition than counting jobs that were created. Teachers have been laid off in some areas — and budget officials say that there would have been more layoffs without the stimulus money — but it is difficult to say with certainty how many teachers would have been laid off without that money. (NYT)
Monday, November 2, 2009
Dealing with the Bush recession
I'll give Arne Duncan his due here. 325,000 ed jobs saved by the stimulus.