February 28, 2011
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Teachers union, school board at odds over Heatley’s family on payroll
John Trotter, president of the Metro Association of Classroom Educators (MACE), is not shy when it comes to expressing his displeasure with the Clayton County school board and the superintendent, and now he is expressing his concern over what he is calling nepotism.
Clayton County Public Schools may have to cut its school year by 37 days, and make the school day two hours longer, to help make up for a projected deficit that could reach $49.2 million by 2013, the school system's superintendent said Monday.