Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Atlanta |
April 1, 2013
The first of almost three dozen indicted educators are expected to walk through the doors of the Fulton County Jail Monday to be processed as accused felons related to alleged cheating on standardized test scores and the covering up of those actions.
Source: Washington Post | District of Columbia |
April 1, 2013
Now a group of city administrative law judges is seeking to organize for the first time, and the months-long effort has generated frustration among union advocates who think Mayor Vincent C. Gray has failed to match his pro-labor rhetoric with action.
Most states and many municipalities have passed some kind of pension reform in recent years, but only a few did so in a way that addresses the immediate unfunded liability of their plans. Plus: Has pension reform gone too far?
All over Michigan, public employee unions are scrambling to cement long-term contracts with school districts, higher education institutions and local units of government before the state’s right-to-work law takes effect March 28.
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