Baltimore union urges no-confidence vote on new superintendent

10/2/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Andres Alonso, who took over as Baltimore schools' chief executive officer in July, is in a tussle with the city teachers union, which is asking its members to issue a no-confidence vote and picket schools in a contract dispute over teachers' planning time.

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