Arbitrator: Cleveland teachers will not have to reapply for their jobs

07/1/2010 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

An arbitrator ruled that some 600 teachers in 22 Cleveland public schools will not have to reapply for their jobs as part of a school-transformation plan being implemented by schools chief Eugene Sanders. "This decision does not derail the transformation plan, but it does help to ensure a smoother school opening for Cleveland's students," said Cleveland Teachers Union President David Quolke. A district spokesman said, however, that many teachers will be reassigned because of the closure of 16 schools.

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