With the fate of at least 16 jobs resting on whether the School Committee and teachers union can agree on a proposed wage deferral, teachers' benefits, workloads and contracts have lately become matters of public debate.
Online comments about some recent Daily News stories on the situation have implied teachers are living "the good life," with three months of vacation, six-hour days that end at 3 p.m., and salaries that burden taxpayers.
Others insist teachers are working 80-hour weeks for low pay, and just don't get the respect from the School Committee they deserve for providing an invaluable service.
This differing views have led to the question: What, exactly, is in that 140-page teachers contract?
It is a complex document, said School Committee Chairman Jeffrey Roy.
Read the full article on the teacher's contract in the Milford Daily News here
Note: The article is incorrectly reporting on the teacher "demands" (Bold for my emphasis)
" ... the permanent removal of the requirement for teachers to attend one of five floating after-school meetings."
My analysis covering the back story can be found here