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Sunday, May 28, 2006

LRSD: Round II

Posted By on Sun, May 28, 2006 at 11:42 AM

Because our archive link is currently non-functional, a reader asks that we start a new string on the item about labor strife in the Little Rock School District. It had stirred a lot of interest and if it continues, now's your chance to keep talking.

Backgroun d: LR School Board members spoke sharply at teachers last week during a display of unity for continued union representation. Board members have not yet said they want to decertify the union, but a strong sentiment to dramatically alter the contract with teachers this year could lead in that direction eventually.

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