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A union of about 100,000 Wisconsin employees sent letters Thursday requesting negotiations on new contracts, based on a court ruling striking down parts of the state's bargaining law for public workers. September 21, 2012 – McClatchy-Tribune
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today offered no specifics on how he'll pay for raises and other new costs in the Chicago Teachers Union contract. September 19, 2012 – McClatchy-Tribune
Talks drag on with hopes for Friday return. September 13, 2012 | Updated: September 13, 2012 – McClatchy-Tribune
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A Gloucester County teacher who was videotaped while allegedly bullying a special-needs student could be on the way to losing tenure. December 8, 2011 – McClatchy-Tribune
The system would base half of teacher evaluations on classroom practices and the other half on student outcomes, such as test scores, which have not been used before in Wisconsin. November 8, 2011 – McClatchy-Tribune
Since a shakeup began almost two months ago, members of Philadelphia’s powerful School Reform Commission have been vocal in declaring their newfound commitment to transparency and accountability. November 8, 2011 – Education Week
Leaders with the Kansas City School District's parents' organization and teachers union don't want a state-run panel to unseat the district's school board. November 2, 2011 – McClatchy-Tribune
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