NYC officials agree to deal to end "rubber room" policies

04/15/2010 | Crain's New York Business

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the union representing the city's teachers announced an end to a policy that has teachers awaiting disciplinary hearings receive full salaries as they spend weeks, months and even years in the city's so-called "rubber rooms." Under the new policy, set to take effect in the fall, teachers would be reassigned to nonclassroom or administrative duties until their cases are heard.

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