Mass. district's superintendent seeks help from top teachers

04/26/2013 | Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), The

Jeffrey C. Riley, superintendent and receiver of a Massachusetts school district, has proposed a plan to recruit the district's top 100 teachers to serve for six months on one of two advisory committees that would help turn around struggling schools. Union leaders, however, have said Riley violated state law regarding teachers' contracts because he didn't negotiate with the union before announcing the positions and the $5,000 stipends that go with them.

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