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San Diego Unified Bringing Back All Laid-Off Teachers

By Will Carless

Every one of the 1,372 teachers laid off earlier this year by the San Diego Unified School District will be back at school by Sept. 1, under a two-year deal agreed to by the district and the teachers union today.

Negotiators for the San Diego Education Association, the local teachers union, agreed to put off a series of pay raises promised by the district two years ago, and also agreed to extend five unpaid furlough days for an additional two years.

Under the proposed plan, which must be still be ratified by a majority of union members, the school year could also shorten by two weeks next year if two new state tax measures fail in November’s general election.

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