Mount Diablo Unified Could Face Cuts When Schools Reopen

Negotiations remain unresolved with employee unions over when and how to reopen schools in the Mount Diablo Unified School District, which has had more than 1,000 students leave the district since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the district’s superintendent told the school board at a meeting Wednesday night.

MDUSD Superintendent Adam Clark told the district’s Board of Education that the negotiations with labor partners like the Mt. Diablo Education Association teachers’ union are “still distances away from coming to an agreement” and said layoffs and even school closures could be on the table as a result of the drop in enrollment numbers since last year.

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