Westland, MI - Tensions are running high among employees of Wayne-Westland Community Schools as layoffs and discussions about privatizing the district's transportation services unfold. The frustration stems from a broader effort to make budget cuts, with Superintendent John Dignan stating that the aim is to avert the state's intervention in district operations.
The Michigan Education Association Local 4 President, Jeff Marti, voiced the concerns of the employees, emphasizing the lack of transparency in the decision-making process. Employees report feeling left in the dark, as they have not been provided with information on the actual savings. . .