Andover Teacher Proposes Stalling Accreditation for Contract
An Andover High School teacher sent around emails to Andover teacher union members about "stalling" the school's accreditation as a negotiation tactic for the contract.
An English teacher at Andover High was reported to have sent an email asking dozens of other union members to help "stall" the school's accrediation process as a way to give them the upper hand in contract negotiations, according to an article in the Eagle Tribune.
The Andover teachers' union has been in contract negotiations with the school committee since the beginning of the summer in 2010, with the contract. The two parties are currently in the "fact-finding" stage with the state.
The email was sent ot 60 union members' personal email accounts and the Andover Education Association spoke"fact-finding" stage with the statesman said the action does not reflect the stance of the union.
Read the full article on the Eagle Tribune website.