“No other plan has been inclusive of the union, and that’s why we’re not kicking it in its teeth right now. The school system and the union went into this holding hands, so to speak. . . . This is not a traditional union thing to do. In fact, it’s kind of a slippery slope. That’s why we’re planning so much. I liken it to baby-proofing a house.” – Carol Kilby, Prince George’s County Educators’ Association liaison with the district on its proposed performance pay program. (June 25 Washington Post)
Written By: Mike Antonucci - Jun• 25•08
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