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DFab420 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Mar-03-10 02:49 PM
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17. This is what the teachers said no to..
Edited on Wed Mar-03-10 03:38 PM by DFab420
"The conditions are adding 25 minutes to the school day, providing tutoring on a rotating schedule before and after school, eating lunch with students once a week, submitting to more rigorous evaluations, attending weekly after-school planning sessions with other teachers and participating in two weeks of training in the summer."

http://www.projo.com/education/content/central_falls_te...

They sure do have a fucked up way of picking who they stick up for don't they?

Also I haven't found exact numbers but this is a nice point about the the gripeing for more money thing:
"The average teacher salary at that high school was not only well above the national and regional averages;

http://www.examiner.com/x-22126-Worcester-County-Progre...

Deleted remark about 400% above average of Central Falls area due to the fact that sometimes I make mistakes and am trying to correct them.
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