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Central Unified teachers angry over raises

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her209

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http://www.fresnobee.com/2012/06/26/2888981/central-unified-teachers-angry.html

How much is too much to these guys?



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waggy

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lol /facepalm

Its good to be boss. you can always vote yourself a pay raise!
 

Nintendesert

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From stories I've heard that seems to be pretty universal for school administrators. It's pretty damn despicable too.
 

waggy

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From stories I've heard that seems to be pretty universal for school administrators. It's pretty damn despicable too.
same. this ain't the first time i have read that they refuse to give teachers a raise or help the students. then turn around and vote a pay raise.
 

cubby1223

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Once again a failed thread title

weren't there rules against that in this forum?

Just because administrators are at times greedy, does not mean unions are always good.
 

Nintendesert

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same. this ain't the first time i have read that they refuse to give teachers a raise or help the students. then turn around and vote a pay raise.


I've also seen the whole business of creating new administrator positions too that pay a ton while they fire teachers and don't give raises. It's a real nasty bastion of nepotism.
 

dmcowen674

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Those evil school unions are at it again!

Once again a failed thread title

weren't there rules against that in this forum?

Just because administrators are at times greedy, does not mean unions are always good.
The article clearly states the teachers are angry at the heads of the Union voting themselves huge pay raises of 7% or more while the teachers get .06 of a raise.

The thread Title is false and misleading and should be sanctioned.
 

Infohawk

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Bernice Bailey, a kindergarten teacher at McKinley Elementary School, said that money for pay raises should be spread evenly to all staff, not just administrators.
Odds are the money should be used to hire MORE teachers. I don't see anything heroic about the what teachers are doing here. Everyone is against these obscene administrator salaries.
 

Lithium381

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Berg said the raises are reasonable, stating that the district's administrative pay is 20% lower than comparable districts.

Maybe the other districts are already overpaying by 20%
 
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