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Byline: Andy Lenderman ALENDERMAN@ABQTRIB.COM / 823-3659
The terminated deal relinquished some union rights and gave the principal extensive new powers.
A battle over the direction of school reform at Rio Grande High is under way again.
Leaders of the Albuquerque Teachers Federation said they have terminated an agreement between the union and the district, which waived some union rights at the school and gave the Rio Grande principal extensive new powers.
Union members at the school voted to break the agreement earlier this month, federation President Ellen Bernstein said, because school leaders have failed to involve them in a Redesign Team that would make decisions about the academic …