The Flint Community Schools Board of Trustees approved a revised deficit elimination plan last night.
But the district’s unions haven’t signed off on a key part of the plan.
To make the plan work, district officials factored in a 15% pay cut for employees. District officials suggest without the contract concessions, the Flint school district could potentially start down the road to a state takeover.
Ethel Johnson is president of the United Teachers of Flint. She says they’ve already given up too much.