Ohio's Cincinnati Public Schools district will begin placing its best teachers at its worst schools through a career-training program. Eight teachers will participate next school year, but the program could eventually expand to 426 teachers. District officials say the move will save money and help students, but one teacher being reassigned says it is a violation of her contract. "I'm not saying I wouldn't want to work at a [lower-performing] school, but I feel I would want to have a choice to work there," she said.
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