Last week’s most popular, June 11-17

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles June 11-17

Mariano: In praise of our teachers
To the editor: After years of negotiations, Worcester Central Catholic School teachers plan protest to urge fair compensation
Free to read: Cosmopolitan Club endures ever-changing landscape
Superintendent, union hope leadership change adds up to progress at Elm Park Community School
Sources: House leaders roll out 18.75 percent tax rate in revised recreational marijuana law regulations
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To the editor: After years of negotiations, Worcester Central Catholic School teachers plan protest to urge fair compensation

“Since 2010, the central office has offered only four step increases, and has not agreed to a cost-of-living increase during any of those years. It is DELTA’s hope that the central office will recognize the need for meaningful change and come to a salary agreement that will begin to fairly compensate their teachers, thereby ensuring that the students in the Catholic schools continue to benefit.”