Seniority-based layoffs trouble some educators

Policies that require recently hired teachers to be laid off first are troubling some administrators who say that energetic, effective teachers are sometimes lost due to the rules. Because newer teachers generally earn lower salaries, seniority-based systems also require more job cuts, education experts say. But devising another system is problematic as well, because objectively judging educator effectiveness is difficult.

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