Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 10:25 am (Updated: March 2, 10:25 am)
The Anderson County Board of Education cannot hope to obtain and retain the best and brightest teachers by continuing to employ even one teacher too many.
News last week that the district employs, by its own staffing formula, 13 teachers it doesn’t need is a slap in the face to every needed teacher in the district.
They are the ones who had to grovel earlier this year to avoid having the number of days they work reduced, which would amount to a pay cut.
They are the ones who have lived through pay freezes.
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