Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Milwaukee Teachers Union Files Complaint About Librarians

Staffing cuts put schools at odds with state policies

MPS began listing librarians not actually working in schools as the supervising librarians several years ago, and the roster of schools where that is true has grown rapidly.

Acting on a complaint from the Milwaukee teachers union filed more than two years ago, the state Department of Public Instruction issued a ruling in June that about three dozen MPS schools were out of compliance with state library requirements - and that didn't include about 40 schools that were using outside library supervisors then. The DPI gave MPS until September 2007 to get in line with requirements.

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