Union, Lawmakers Agree on Teacher Layoffs


0  Updated at 8:35 am, March 20th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(BOISE, ID)  —  In a rare moment of bipartisan agreement on education, state lawmakers and the Idaho Education Association are moving forward with a bill that would expand the criteria districts use when determining teacher layoffs. Current laws only allow districts to consider seniority as a factor for budgetary layoffs, but new legislation would add factors like teacher performance evaluations. The bill comes with a one-year sunset clause that will allow the state to weigh the merits of the plan for future policy changes.


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