A look back at the issues we’ve covered in the local education world this year.
Last week’s big labor deal cements a whole new approach for the powerful teachers union and gets the district off the hook for pay raises. But it might also result in a shorter school year.
By agreeing to more furlough days and deferring promised raises, the union is acting as a responsible stakeholder, concerned about the quality of our public schools.
Five big points to understand about the tentative agreement between the teachers union and San Diego Unified that would avert 1,372 teacher layoffs.
The San Diego Education Association has agreed to ‘limited negotiations’ with the school district.
A furious battle over whether the teachers union should make concessions on promised pay raises belies a simple fact: Even with concessions, no teachers will see their pay decrease.
The region’s most powerful labor leader says the school district and the teachers union must sit down immediately to forge a solution that avoids more than 1,500 planned teacher layoffs.
Craig Leedham, the former executive director of the San Diego Education Association, claims his former employer intentionally inflicted emotional distress upon him.
A quick look at what you’re buzzing about in the comments on our stories and opinion pieces.
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