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Instructional Bargaining Update for the Week of 10/21/2019

Instructional Bargaining Update #4 October 24, 2019 IMPORTANT:  ALL SIGNED LANGUAGE AND MOUs as well as the latest proposals brought to the negotiations table are on our website: useponline.org. NEXT SESSION:  Not yet scheduled SUMMARY: Thursday, October 24th was our most recent session at the table. USEP brought an economic counter proposal to the District's Read more

Instructional Bargaining Update for the Week of 9/23/2019

Instructional Bargaining Update #2 September 19th, 2019 The District asked for a joint session with both the Instructional and SRP Bargaining Teams. The District brought the Health and Welfare Language that was passed by both the SRP and Instructional. Many of the issues brought up by our teams were addressed by the District’s counter to Read more

SRP Bargaining Update for the Week of 9/23/2019

SRP Bargaining Update for the Week of 9/23/2019 After a long hiatus, the USEP and District bargaining teams reconvened on Wednesday, September 18th, to resume contract negotiations for this current school year. The District passed a counter proposal to us concerning our “Safety and Health” language to help further protect all SRP in their positions.  Read more

USEP/District Joint Announcement on Teacher Evaluations

USEP/District Joint Announcement on Teacher Evaluations We are pleased to announce that at the opening session of instructional bargaining, contract language was signed for teacher evaluation. This is the result of tireless efforts of a joint workgroup comprised of teachers, administrators, and both USEP and District leadership that has met to discuss changes to the Read more

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