The teachers union in St. Louis has voted no confidence in the administration of the city school system. About 600 union members have taken part in the election. A union spokesman says the vote was unanimous. The vote has been taken after more than one-thousand teachers were told they will have to reapply for their jobs under a reorganization of the district. The school district says teachers probably won’t lose their jobs, but they might be teaching at a different school, or teaching a different subject, or even a different grade.
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