Teachers get their pay raise
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Teachers get their pay raise

(June 19, 2015) Public school teachers and support staff will be getting an increase in…

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Some perspective on schools, county
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Some perspective on schools, county

06/19/2015 The relationship between the Worcester County Commissioners and the Worcester County Board of Education…

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Educators protest with ‘work to rule’
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Educators protest with ‘work to rule’

(June 5, 2015) At least a few teachers from each of Worcester’s 14 schools are…

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County budget not end of salary debate
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County budget not end of salary debate

(June 5, 2015) Money for employee salary increases was not included in Worcester County’s 2016…

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Teachers ‘walk in’ in protest
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Teachers ‘walk in’ in protest

(May 29, 2015) While nothing will be finalized until the Worcester County Commissioners formally adopt…

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Wor. teacher salaries, in-depth
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Wor. teacher salaries, in-depth

(May 22, 2015) The contention that a Worcester County teacher, whose pay increase has been…

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County rejects teacher raises
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County rejects teacher raises

(May 22, 2015) Stressing that it was a purely financial decision and not a comment…

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Despite pressure, teachers unlikely to get ‘step’ raises
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Despite pressure, teachers unlikely to get ‘step’ raises

(May 15, 2015) Worcester County public school teachers continue to await the final verdict on…

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Budget hearing turns into rally
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Budget hearing turns into rally

(May 8, 2015) The proposed increase in the tax rate from its current 77 cents,…

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Salary lag front-and-center issue for ‘16 school budget
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Salary lag front-and-center issue for ‘16 school budget

(March 27, 2015) By increasing their commute, Worcester County teachers could earn more money in…

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