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Union Chief: Teachers Don't Trust Rhee

Staff writer Bill Turque reports today on the level of distrust between teachers and Michelle Rhee:

Senior D.C. teachers' fear and mistrust of Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee's intentions are a major obstacle to approval of her potentially lucrative salary proposal, Washington Teachers' Union President George Parker said last night after a three-hour membership meeting.

"There is an overwhelming amount of distrust of the chancellor that she is going to have to address," said Parker, who briefed about 700 of the 4,000 union members on contract talks at the McKinley Technology High School auditorium in Northeast Washington.

Read the rest of Turque's story here.

By David A Nakamura  |  September 24, 2008; 11:19 AM ET
Categories:  Education  
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