Health-Plan Tax Idea Drawing Union Fire
- Teacher Performer-Pay Plan Modified in Cincinnati. Blair, Julie // Education Week;9/19/2001, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p3
Reports the modification of the teacher performance-pay plan in Cincinnati, Ohio. Lack of training and support for teachers; Forms of teacher accountability; Members of the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers.
- Cincinnati Vote Obscures Pay Plan's Future. Manzo, Kathlee Kennedy // Education Week;04/25/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 32, p3
Reports on the teachers' vote for new union membership in Cincinnati, Ohio, in April 2001. Union officers elected; Impact of the leadership change on the implementation of an experimental teachers' compensation plan.
- SIT-IN. // Education Week;4/28/2010, Vol. 29 Issue 30, p4
A photographic image is presented of high school teacher Emily Price holding a protest sign as she and fellow union members picketed the San Juan Capistrano, California, school district in protest of a 10.1 percent pay cut to cover a budget shortfall.
- Big gains long overdue in Buffalo. // NEA Today;Nov94, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the pay raise for Buffalo, New York teachers under a new contract. Buffalo teachers as among the lowest paid in the state; Buffalo Teachers Federation's involvement in a court battle after a state judge failed to enforce a contract negotiated in 1990; Terms of the new contract.
- New Law Allows Ky. Districts to Pilot Differentiated Pay. Hoff, David J. // Education Week;4/17/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 31, p21
Reports on the legislation of bill on upgrading salary of teachers in Kentucky. Rejection of traditional pay scales; Position of the teachers' union on the legislation; Objections to the differentiated pay schemes.
- In a First, Chicago Teachers Rebuff Contract. Blair, Julie // Education Week;10/29/2003, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p3
The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), Illinois and the city's board of education were back at the bargaining table last week, after the rank and file rejected a proposed contract for the first time in CTU history. Teachers vetoed the five-year deal 60 percent to 40 percent on October 10, with 91...
- A tough tactic. // Teacher Magazine;Sep95, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p7
Reports on the protest action by a teachers' union in Rochester, New Hampshire following the City Council's refusal to grant a three percent raise on the teachers' cost-of-living allowance.
- Teachers' contracts. // Monthly Labor Review;Jun89, Vol. 112 Issue 6, p42
Reports on the pay increase received by public school teachers in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Number of teachers covered by the agreement; Annual salary rates of the teachers under the agreement; Trade-union that represented the teachers.
- Qld teachers still prepared to strike. Smith, Kerry // Green Left Weekly;7/29/2009, Issue 804, p4
The article reports on the decision of the Queensland Teachers Union (QTU) on whether it will accept the revised offer raised by Anna Bligh of Australian Labor Party in the Industrial Relations Commission concerning its demand for 18% wage increase or continue their suspended industrial action.