Proposed work rules anger Philly teachers' union

08/2/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The Philadelphia school district's proposed new contract for teachers includes a longer work day and a radical plan to give principals or a school committee, rather than the long-established seniority system, control over assignments to schools. Although the union is prevented by law from striking, president Ted Kirsch warns his members will not simply roll over and accept the proposals.

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