Mar 31, 2016

Penn Hills schools may cut 43 teachers, 20 courses | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Penn Hills school board will vote tonight on a proposal that, if passed, would furlough 43 teachers and eliminate more than 20 courses next school year. The plan has been met with resistance by the Penn Hills Education Association, which has already filed 15 grievances against the district, citing an agreement between the parties that the teachers’ union says does not permit furloughs...

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