- Teachers from the Palos Verdes Faculty Association hosted a town hall meeting Thursday night to air grievances and discuss budget issues with parents and community members. Teachers want the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District Board of Education to dip into its reserves—which, teachers say, are at more than 14 percent and would more than cover the $780,000 required—and provide the teachers with a 2 percent raise and one additional instruction day. Starting today, teachers at the high school level will no longer do lunchtime or after-school tutoring and host club meetings, among other actions. The union and the district will go back to the bargaining table on Tuesday. Watch for a more complete story later t
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