Postal workers, the UAW and the AFL-CIO joined a crowd of teachers Thursday in front the Fisher Building.
Long-sought changes to the state public school employees’ retirement system have been delayed by weeks.
Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.
Thousands of laid-off Michigan public school teachers don’t know if they will have jobs waiting for them when classes resume this fall in their state-run districts.
A new contract imposed by a state-appointed overseer requires Detroit school teachers to pay far more for their dental care and reduces their life insurance benefits without a salary hike, a union leader said Tuesday, blasting the cost-cutting plan as a “farce.”
The public is getting a chance to comment on the state-managed Detroit Public Schools’ proposed $784 million budget for 2012-13.
The proposed Detroit Public Schools budget, which include the closing of nine schools, cuts overall expenditures by $250 million.
DPS Emergency Manager Roy Roberts is hopeful that the two sides can come together on a new deal.
The Michigan House has approved legislation ending state-provided health care coverage in retirement for new teachers but not a provision forcing them into a 401(k)-style retirement plan.
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