2/24/2004

According to the National Substitute Teachers Alliance, substitute teachers in smaller districts around the country are slowly organizing unions to push for health benefits and better pay. In the San Bernardino City Unified School district, the new substitutes' union negotiated more advance notice for termination and a $5-a-day pay raise, which, member Janet Chaney says, "isn't much, but it's a start."

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