The Flint School Board voted to layoff 31 more teachers, and five administrators, in an effort to cut down the $21 Million deficit.

The cuts will save an estimated $8 Million, but many people are wondering if the loss is greater than the money gained.

Layoffs are nothing new to Flint Schools, but most people in the situation feel like they have cut themselves too thin this time.  The problem is that if the district continues to lose students, the layoffs will be negated by the loss of money per student.

Flint Schools are caught in a vicious cycle that will eventually leave them in a do or die situation.

Do you think there's any way for Flint to restore their public schools to the quality it once enjoyed?

This has been an especially difficult year for Flint Community Schools, and nothing hurt more than the loss of the CANUSA Games.