There’s a war of words between the Anne Arundel County teachers union and the school superintendent. At issue: in-person learning and whether teachers have a voice in plans to return to the classroom.
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Confusion and mistrust, that’s how the head of the 6,000-member teachers association is describing the current relationship with the Board of Education.
From the sidewalk along Riva Road, across the street from school board headquarters, union president Russell Leone says teachers have been left out of major decisions when it comes to in-person learning.
“We reached out to Anne Arundel County Public Schools and Superintendent Arlotto with a desire to come to the table and create a formal plan to discuss the impacts that COVID-19 would have