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Teachers Union ‘Crying Wolf’ Over ‘Layoffs’ as Districts Eye New Salaries

By Kenric Ward/Sunshine State News The state teachers’ union was “crying wolf” when it claimed that “thousands” of school workers would be laid off this year, says the head of the Florida School Boards Association. “The Florida Education Association was incorrect about layoffs. They’re crying wolf,” said FSBA president Wayne Blanton. “Very few districts have [...]
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