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School, Teachers Still at Impasse

November 7, 2013

Teachers and administrators look on as representatives of the Valley City Public Schools School Board and the Valley City Education Association discuss recommendations from a state fact-finding commission regarding teachers’ contract negotiations.

The Valley City Public Schools and the Valley City Education Association are still at impasse in contract negotiations.
During a hearing Wednesday at which the entities met to discuss recommendations from a state fact-finding commission regarding teacher's pay increases, payment of accumulated sick leave days upon teachers' retirement and the establishment of a health insurance committee to review the district's self-funded health insurance program, the school board and the teacher's association agreed on all of the recommendations as written in the fact-finder's report.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

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