Tennessee teachers are losing planning time, taking on more classes

High-school teachers in Memphis, Tenn., are losing planning time this year while taking on two additional classes, leading union officials to say the change places too much of a burden on teachers. "That's the time you plan, grade, set up lab experiments, make parent contact. It's almost like doubling the workload," said Stephanie Fitzgerald, president of the teachers union, referring to the lost planning time.

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