The bill for city teachers no principal wants will hit $34 million next year and has become a sticking point in deadlocked contract talks as fiscal watchdogs warn that cash-strapped Hub taxpayers can’t keep carrying the dead weight.I really honestly truly would love someone to comment on why the teachers union's position is the correct one. Be civil, be intelligent, and be clear.
As of yesterday, 47 tenured teachers earning an average of $91,000 a year are without formal classroom positions in the so-called “excess pool,” school officials told the Herald...
The teachers’ union is digging in its heels and insists that unwanted teachers get placed in classrooms...
The teachers lose their positions because of poor performance, or no principal wants to hire them, or because they have failed to obtain proper licenses. Other times, they lose their positions due to school closures or budget cuts.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Typical Teachers Union Position
In theory, I'm not against unions. Synergy, and all. I am, however, against unions when they advocate for insanity, as in this case: