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For school the bell tolls

Now the city says it will replace the 50 laptops stolen from PS 107 in Park Slope — and principal Cynthia Holton (below) is overjoyed (though you can't tell because this is a file shot).
The Brooklyn Paper / Bess Adler

M(e than 1,000 Brooklyn teachers could face the bread line if an austerity plan by May(Bloomberg is initiated. Here’s a select look at some of the borough’s hardest hit schools:

• Khalil Gibran International Academy in Fort Greene: four out of nine teachers (44 percent).

• City Polytechnic Institute of Engineering, Architecture and Technology in Downtown: seven of 17 (41 percent).

• Sunset Park High School: 20 of 51 (39 percent).

• PS 134 in Kensington: 15 of 40 (38 percent).

• PS 264 in Bay Ridge: two of seven (29 percent).

• MS 582 in Williamsburg: eight of 29 (28 percent).

• Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women in Downtown: six of 24 (25 percent).

• PS 176 in Bay Ridge: 15 of 73 (21 percent).

• PS 94 in Sunset Park: 14 of 79 (18 percent).

• PS 58 in Carroll Gardens: 10 of 57 (18 percent).

• PS 107 in Park Slope: six of 35 (17 percent).

• PS 38 in Boerum Hill: six of 36 (17 percent).

• PS 503 in Sunset Park: 21 of 81 (15 percent).

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