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Originally posted by Kyprian
Originally posted by N3k9Ni
They should get a 30% raise on the contingency that they produce a 30% improvement in academic performance.
here's a notion..stop with all the self-esteem bullcrap and get back to teaching lil Johnny how to read, how to write and how to do math. The self esteem comes from knowing you've EARNED something like a good grade - not this "aww you're special" garbage kids are getting these days.
Spoken like a true curmudgeon.
Originally posted by jjkenobi
reply to post by GeorgiaGirl
That's true, but you can't ignore they don't work a full year like the rest of us. They get all the holidays off, a long Christm... err holiday break, and all summer.
Originally posted by macman
reply to post by LeSigh
It is called Salary pay VS Hourly Pay.
So, technically they do.
The whole argument that the district asks them to work more hours, is not relevant.
The Union for the area negotiates the contract with the teachers.
If the district wants more hours, then they can demand more pay. But, should not cry when they don't get it, as they are still a Salary based Job.