Tenure is also offered in many states to public schoolteachers.
We use this idea in our after-school programs and in our work with public schoolteachers.
In December 1995, the city's 66,000 public schoolteachers had voted down a five-year contract largely out of anger over the two-year pay freeze.
In 1952, she and another black woman became the city's first black public schoolteachers.
Mr. Lauder kept calling, and after they married, she left her job as an public schoolteacher.
Recently, public schoolteachers demanding a living wage paralyzed the city with demonstrations that at times turned violent.
Besides, I reasoned, I would be within walking distance of my job as a public schoolteacher.
Before Shanker, public schoolteachers were largely dutiful employees who took orders and had little say about the institutions in which they taught.
Illegal walkouts by public schoolteachers often leave behind bitter feelings.
She had never entirely outgrown her origins as a public schoolteacher in New Jersey.