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October 3, 1988
Concerned about cuts in art instruction for schoolchildren, philanthropist Muriel Gluck has donated $4 million to hire 50 visual arts teachers for the San Diego schools. Gluck, a Los Angeles resident who also maintains a home in San Diego, made the donation through the Maxwell H. Gluck Foundation, in memory of her late husband, founder of a chain of women's clothing stores. The gift will go to the San Diego Unified School District and the San Diego Museum of Art.
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September 18, 1992 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While school officials in Los Angeles and elsewhere struggled to identify more cuts in their already slim budgets, San Diego trustees had the rare opportunity Thursday to find ways to spend a windfall. News of an extra $15.1 million coming from Sacramento came as a pleasant surprise to San Diego education leaders, who had slashed twice that much from their budget in anticipation of a shortfall in state funding. So on Thursday, San Diego school trustees had the luxury of revoking a 2.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1992 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While school officials in Los Angeles and elsewhere struggled to identify more cuts in their already slim budgets, San Diego trustees had the rare opportunity Thursday to find ways to spend a windfall. News of an extra $15.1 million coming from Sacramento came as a pleasant surprise to San Diego education leaders, who had slashed twice that much from their budget in anticipation of a shortfall in state funding. So on Thursday, San Diego school trustees had the luxury of revoking a 2.
NEWS
October 3, 1988
Concerned about cuts in art instruction for schoolchildren, philanthropist Muriel Gluck has donated $4 million to hire 50 visual arts teachers for the San Diego schools. Gluck, a Los Angeles resident who also maintains a home in San Diego, made the donation through the Maxwell H. Gluck Foundation, in memory of her late husband, founder of a chain of women's clothing stores. The gift will go to the San Diego Unified School District and the San Diego Museum of Art.
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