From The San Francisco Chronicle: San Francisco school board members have approved a budget that bridges a two-year $113 million spending gap with a long list of cuts and layoffs across schools and district departments. Board members say they had no choice but to put a red line through highly prized programs like art and summer schools. Administrators, including principals, will take five unpaid furlough days next year. Teachers will take four, cutting the school year for students from 180 to 176 days. Teachers will forgo sabbaticals.