Across the region, teachers avoid pay concessions
Bridgeport School Board President Barbara Bellinger waited until it was time to vote on a $215.8 million school budget -- representing $19 million in program and job cuts -- to level the blame where she saw it.
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#1 Jun 28, 2010
i cannot fault the teachers in wanting to bring home less pay. none of us want that..
quite a few of us have had to do it.
must be nice to get a pay raise weather you have earned it or not.....because of your union.
the teachers need to concede something or the layoff slips might be coming next....and all of it on MY tax dollar AGAIN.
#2 Jun 28, 2010
Give the teachers much more money because they deserve it.
#4 Jun 28, 2010
easy for you to say, you probaly don't have to pay taxes for THEIR salaries.
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