Bronwyn works part-time while she is attending college, she works mainly with the development team doing research projects, data entry and report preparation but has also done projects for our policy department. She started working for the foundation in 2013.
The union contract suggests the change is intended to make the schedule “more competitive in attracting and retaining certificated staff.” But on closer examination, the salary schedule they’ve devised is, at best, a “reverse Robin Hood” schedule that reduces the wages of lower-paid teachers to enhance the wages of the higher-paid teachers. It formalizes a regressive policy of paying some teachers more than the state allocation and many others less.
A presentation of some suggested questions to ask your county commissioner candidates along with explanations of their relevance.