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Lodi Unified School District board to discuss new union contracts

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Posted: Saturday, March 1, 2014 12:00 am

Money may begin rolling in for new projects and pay increases after the Lodi Unified School District board meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the James Areida Education Support Center.

Board members will discuss a permanent agreement with the teacher’s union to restore five furlough days and restore salaries by 2 percent for the 2012-13 year.

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  • Mike Falkenberg posted at 12:19 pm on Sat, Mar 1, 2014.

    LodiToday Posts: 6

    What about a pay increase for Substitute Teachers, since there hasn't been one in over 12 years. Some of the Substitute Teachers have more education than the regular full-time teachers. The cost of living has raised significantly the past 10 yrs. and yet Substitute Teachers still only get paid $100 per day, while Stockton Unified and Manteca pay their Subs, upwards of $140 per day. The Lodi Board of Education already allows retired teachers to Substitute for daily pay over $150 dollars per day, so why shouldn't regular Substitute Teachers who have worked for the district for over 5 or 10 years also get paid equally. The Lodi Board of Education and the Teachers Union should increase SUB pay to at least $125 per day, or at least make some consideration for these members of the district. Thank you!

     
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