Editorial: L.A. teachers must be paid on time

05/1/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Los Angeles teachers have gone too long without regular pay, after a new $95 million software system launched to manage payroll turned out to be rife with glitches, writes the Los Angeles Times editorial board. For 13 weeks, the 78,000 employees of the "famously dysfunctional district" have been receiving too little, too much or no check at all, the editorial says.

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