Temecula teachers voted in favor of a plan that will require them to take 13 furlough days, the Temecula Valley Educators Association announced today.
About 72 percent of the 1,091 teachers in the union who cast ballots voted in favor of the deal with 790 voting in favor and 301 voting against it, according to the Californian.
Teachers in the will need to take the 13 unpaid furlough days by June, 2013.
The deal was an attempt to lay off as few people as possible after the state passes its budget, which projects major cuts to education. The Temecula district anticipates a $23 million cut.
in case the cuts force it to lay teachers off. at the to protest the cuts.