PASO ROBLES — The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District met with a state mediator representing Paso Robles Public Educators last Tuesday, Feb. 12 in an effort to push past gridlock pertaining to furlough days.
The district proposed the elimination of furlough days and the return of a 183-day school year, with 180 instructional days and three teacher work days. However, teacher salary would be cut 4.86 percent.
“The budget could not support the elimination of furloughs without some other cost-saving reductions,” a district press release stated.For the complete article see the 02-15-2013 issue.
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