Teachers’ salaries and school districts in financial debt situations…


Should school districts cut teachers’ salary raises when they are in financial debt?

In my town that I live in, the teachers’ union and school disctrict is at an impasse. The school district is wanting to cut the steps from their salary increase to make up for some financial debt burdens. Here are my thoughts on the article linked at the bottom the page…

Williston District 1 is in a financial deficit and wants to affect the salary of their teachers. Maybe they should have thought about what building a new school would do to their finances before they built it. By taking away the steps raises for their teachers, they will lose more. Teachers are a valuable factor in a child’s education. Without a teacher, they cannot learn. As a teacher, not in Williston District 1, as well as a single mother; some months it is hard to make…

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