Friday, 1 June 2012

Cleveland Schools Board of Education backs plan to cut teachers' holidays, professional development days | cleveland.com

Cleveland Schools Board of Education backs plan to cut teachers' holidays, professional development days | cleveland.com:

 "CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland school board and Cleveland Teachers Union leaders don't agree on a possible solution to their pay dispute -- one that would close about $13 million of the district's projected $19 million deficit next school year.
The board voted Thursday night to accept a plan recommended by Michigan-based labor fact-finder Betty Widgeon that would eliminate six paid holidays for teachers, three voluntary but paid professional days and three mandatory professional development days."
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