Friday, May 2, 2014 • 3:59pm
After several months of meetings between the Summit Education Association (representing teachers, custodians and secretaries) and the Summit Board of Education, the position of impasse was reached.
For the past several years, increased pension and healthcare contributions have resulted in significantly lower take home pay for the SEA membership. Additionally, coaches and co-curricular advisors have had no increase for the past six years. The negotiations process will now move to mediation, where a mediator will be appointed by the state.
The SEA Negotiations Team
Dan Miller - SEA President
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