Poway always attributed its uncommonly friendly atmosphere between teachers and district officials to an equally uncommon approach to the bargaining process. It turns out that process broke labor laws, and unions and new school board members are questioning whether it was so great to begin with.

San Diego Unified’s plan to build pools at or near several schools is remarkably similar to its use of bond money to fund new stadium lights – an approach a court has rejected. The taxpayer group that successfully sued over the field lights has put the district on notice that it plans to sue again once a drop of bond money is spent on pools.


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