Should terms of teacher contracts be public ?

Created by House Bill 1411 on May 16, 2014

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Media Issue

Latrobe, PA

#2 Jul 8, 2014
The media should be more aggressive in soliciting the terms of negotiation. They could help with some sunshine on the matter.
Think tank

Latrobe, PA

#3 Jul 8, 2014
You spew what the trumps promote
Nice job spew man
bubblebutt

Toledo, OH

#4 Jul 8, 2014
Why do you care about teachers salary? Please enlighten everyone.
Rod

Latrobe, PA

#5 Jul 15, 2014
bubblebutt wrote:
Why do you care about teachers salary? Please enlighten everyone.
I have 2 friends with homes on the the sheriff sale list who lost their jobs at Heinz and Westinghouse respectively.
Uncle George

Mount Pleasant, PA

#6 Jul 15, 2014
Rod wrote:
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I have 2 friends with homes on the the sheriff sale list who lost their jobs at Heinz and Westinghouse respectively.
What does this have to do with Teachers Salary?

Absolutely nothing!
Sheriff Sale

Latrobe, PA

#7 Jul 15, 2014
Teacher salaries and fringe benefits that are unsustainable in a job market with little or minimal pay increase, and high deductible health care are wiping out the middle class Uncle George.
East high acres

Latrobe, PA

#8 Jul 15, 2014
Sheriff Sale wrote:
Teacher salaries and fringe benefits that are unsustainable in a job market with little or minimal pay increase, and high deductible health care are wiping out the middle class Uncle George.
Does it appear that the little or minimal pay increase is wiping out the upper middle class at east high acres 1,2 3....
Uncle George

Mount Pleasant, PA

#9 Jul 15, 2014
Sheriff Sale wrote:
Teacher salaries and fringe benefits that are unsustainable in a job market with little or minimal pay increase, and high deductible health care are wiping out the middle class Uncle George.
IF and i stress the IF, IF your statement is true, then perhaps those people should have spent their money more wisely, and stop biting off more than they could chew financially.
Latrobe Elite

Latrobe, PA

#10 Jul 16, 2014
East high acres wrote:
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Does it appear that the little or minimal pay increase is wiping out the upper middle class at east high acres 1,2 3....
This is the group that is running the Latrobe SB. The money for athletic infrastructure at the HS should have gone for academic goals
Megartrends

Latrobe, PA

#11 Jul 16, 2014
Uncle George wrote:
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IF and i stress the IF, IF your statement is true, then perhaps those people should have spent their money more wisely, and stop biting off more than they could chew financially.
These guys did not see the furlough coming. Heinz shareholders were not content with 10 to 14 % return on equity. Warren Buffet and 3 G Capital raped the company for its assets.

My friend at Westinghouse was a casualty of the Japanese nuclear disaster that killed the market for new nukes.

To a certain extent educators are immune to these external threats Uncle George.
Uncle George

Mount Pleasant, PA

#12 Jul 16, 2014
Megartrends wrote:
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These guys did not see the furlough coming. Heinz shareholders were not content with 10 to 14 % return on equity. Warren Buffet and 3 G Capital raped the company for its assets.
My friend at Westinghouse was a casualty of the Japanese nuclear disaster that killed the market for new nukes.
To a certain extent educators are immune to these external threats Uncle George.
It doesnt matter if those who couldnt see the calamity or not. The fact is, they should have prepared themselves in case of a layoff or furlough.

That is just poor planning on their part.
No compasion

Latrobe, PA

#13 Jul 17, 2014
Uncle George wrote:
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It doesnt matter if those who couldnt see the calamity or not. The fact is, they should have prepared themselves in case of a layoff or furlough.
That is just poor planning on their part.
Uncle George, what did you say to the hundreds furloughed right in you back yard with VW and SONY shutting down. The lost homes, the social pathologies: divorces, suicides, etc.
STFU Georgie

Latrobe, PA

#14 Jul 18, 2014
No compasion wrote:
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Uncle George, what did you say to the hundreds furloughed right in you back yard with VW and SONY shutting down. The lost homes, the social pathologies: divorces, suicides, etc.
I will vote against public pensions until I expire!!!
Uncle George

Mount Pleasant, PA

#15 Jul 21, 2014
STFU Georgie wrote:
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I will vote against public pensions until I expire!!!
I will vote for you to start being more financially responsible and respectful to your peers until I expire.
Wow

United States

#16 Jul 22, 2014
STFU Georgie wrote:
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I will vote against public pensions until I expire!!!
Go die Renee you old decrepit witch. You deserve to be burned at the stake.
Hot dog

Latrobe, PA

#17 Jul 22, 2014
STFU Georgie wrote:
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I will vote against public pensions until I expire!!!
More mustard. Less ketchup.
Tax payer

Latrobe, PA

#18 Sep 3, 2014
Yes they should.... Since we pay their salaries it only seems fair

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