central-office love

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  • Due to seniority rules, 158 central-office personnel, some of whom haven't been in a classroom in some time, will be moved into classrooms in the fall.

    Back to School for Newark's Booker

  • She gained the right to fire central-office employees and then axed 98 of them.

    The Lightning Rod

  • She gained the right to fire central-office employees and then axed 98 of them.

    The Lightning Rod

  • She gained the right to fire central-office employees and then axed 98 of them.

    The Lightning Rod

  • She has gotten legislative authority to reclassify hundreds of nonunion central-office employees in a way that makes them easier to remove.

    D.C. Schools Chief Scores Gains, Ruffles Feathers

  • So far, in her quest to turn around the public school system, she's taken on the unions, the city council and, most recently, hundreds of angry central-office workers.

    Schoolhouse Rock

  • To free up funds for his special-education overhaul -- which initially focused on elementary-school reading -- Mr. Gaetz began by making deep cuts in central-office spending.

    How a School in Florida

  • One of the few valid criticisms made of the previous central-office administration were the top-heavy nature of the structure.

    Proposed School Budget Received Badly at cvillenews.com

  • In the case of the plan to reclassify the 545 central-office workers as "at will" employees, Ms. Rhee's plan for reform is on delicate ground with the city's powerful public-sector unions.

    Schoolhouse Rock

  • Provides telephone information from cord or cordless central-office switch-board.

    Discover What You’re Best At

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