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The speaker avoids blighting Republican high hopes for November
Topic - Washington Teachers Union
The head of the union that represents D.C. Public Schools teachers said Tuesday that he thinks there is a "high probability" hundreds of teachers who received "excess" notices this week ultimately will be terminated.
The national school-reform spotlight is again shining on D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee and, as with her other efforts, teachers are again on edge.