Ala. Board Suggests Teachers Pay More for Benefits
Teachers and other education employees could have to pay more for their retirement and health insurance benefits under a financial plan proposed Thursday by the Alabama Board of Education.
The board voted unanimously for what state Superintendent of Education Joe Morton called "a plan of survival" after two years of budget cuts and what looks like more lean funding for the 2010-2011 school year.
The board recommended...
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