NEA President Dennis Van Roekel told members of the Tulsa Classroom Teachers Association that the union "will support any compensation system that a local bargains," in response to the Tulsa Teacher Effectiveness Initiative. The plan will include performance pay and eliminate salary increases for advanced degrees and additional certifications.
"Compensation systems, plain and simple, are a local issue," Van Roekel said. "It's bargained between management and the union. It should never be imposed, and it's what you believe is a fair system -- you've got to know what you're paying for, how to measure it, and then you distribute the resources."
If it's so obviously a local bargaining issue, what was Van Roekel doing in Tulsa? There are other places.
Monday, August 17, 2009
What was the NEA boss doing in Tulsa?
Education reporter Mike Antonucci wants to know.
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 2:28 PM
Labels: Labor Unions, Tulsa Public Schools
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