CLEVELAND -- It's hard enough for one person in a family to lose a job, but what if both the husband and wife lose their jobs? That's the situation for April and Joe Nagorski.
They are both Cleveland teachers who have been laid off for next school year. Each of them has over 10 years of experience in the Cleveland Schools, but they were among the 500 teachers receiving layoff notices.
"It's terrifying and I worry about telling my kids we have no income, "says Joe Nagorski. They have a 14-month-old son and a baby on the way.
They are holding out hope that they could be recalled, but it is not clear that will happen this time as the districts tries to cut $65 million.