Union veteran works to save Philadelphia's traditional assignment system

09/8/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Philadelphia Federation of Teachers President Ted Kirsch says giving up the seniority-based assignment system, as the School Reform Commission is pushing to do in the new contract, would be a return to preunion days. Kirsch acknowledges some schools need a more balanced distribution of experience, but he believes a less radical solution is possible.

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