L.A. officials uphold deal giving substitute work to laid-off teachers

10/22/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A one-year deal that gives priority for substitute-teaching assignments to laid-off full-time teachers -- regardless of seniority -- will remain in place even if it means passing over veteran substitute teachers, Los Angeles school officials said. In July, Superintendent Ramon C. Cortines and teachers union President A.J. Duffy penned the deal, which later created controversy, in the hopes of providing an incentive to laid-off full-time teachers to remain in the district until it is able to rehire them.

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