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Hatboro-Horsham School Board & Admin. Talk Teachers’ Contracts

January 13, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Hatboro-Horsham School Board’s Negotiating Committee and administrations met for approximately two hours in executive session Monday to discuss the teacher’s contract negotiations, according to a release from the district.

School board members and administrators discussed various options including the continuation of informal negotiating sessions vs. a return to formal sessions.

The school board and the district’s education association have been negotiating informally since June 2010. The board made an informal proposal to the association in late November that the union rejected.

Over the course of informal negotiation sessions held in December the board and administrators listened to the union’s rationale for rejecting the proposal.

(Read full story from the Public Spirit)

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  1. ingrid
    January 13, 2011 at 5:59 PM

    It’s all about the children. Teachers should keep that in mind. Perfect example of the union contributing to the decline in quality education. Someone needs to get teachers off of their pedestal and into reality.

  2. r Nave
    March 10, 2011 at 10:40 PM

    I am looking at my property tax bill for five houses. Four are rentals and I will be forced to increase rent to cover the rising tax bills. Some of my tenants may not be able to afford the increase. If taxes and fuel bills go any higher , eating may become a luxury.
    Teachers may deserve high wages and benefits, but I can not afford to pay for them.
    In the current economy home owners are fearful of losing their homes, and have limited sympathy for the teachers.

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