Choices For Teachers And Unions

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Utica Observer Dispatch

Mar 13, 1:00 AM

Teachers’ unions encounter difficult choices

Laura DeFranco loves her new job teaching math. It took her more than 100 interviews and seven years to finally land a job as a teacher. Now, she’s afraid she might lose it. DeFranco, 32, teaches fifth- and sixth-graders in the Rome City School District’s Academic Intervention Services program. She working with students who didn’t do well enough on the annual exams.

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