The problem is that particular District employs only 290 Teachers in total. This is according to a recent Chicago Tribune investigation of White House claims of 473 jobs saved in that North Chicago area. These large discrepancies are now becoming common in other Chicago areas as well. In the White House official report,Wilmette Public Schools District 39 was credited with 166 jobs saved by stimulus aid. Superintendent Raymond Lechner said the number should be zero. At Dolton Riverdale School District 148,stimulus funds were said to have saved the equivalent of 382 Full-Time teaching jobs. That's 142 more than the district actually has. A similar discrepancy was found in data for Kankakee School District 111,where the stimulus report logged the equivalent of 665 Full-Time jobs saved. "That's impossible",a top Kankakee school official said,adding that "the entire payroll Full and Part-Time is only 600 Workers." Oh well,your hard earned Tax Dollars at work i guess. Yikes! Once you see how this is being done on a small scale it becomes easier to understand why their numbers just don't seem very credible. Pretty sad stuff.