WASHINGTON — Public school teachers are expected to be the big winners when states around the U.S. reveal for the first time how many jobs were created or saved during the first months of President Barack Obama's $787 billion stimulus plan.
Missouri reports 8,500 school jobs saved, created by stimulus
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