Caldwell School District attorney says teachers agreed to furlough

Caldwell School District attorney says teachers agreed to furlough

by
Mitch Coffman
May 11, 2012
Mitch Coffman
May 11, 2012

An attorney representing the Caldwell School District said that the claim by unions that teachers should be receiving pay for 183 days instead of of 173 days is inaccurate.

According to a story in the Idaho Press-Tribune, the attorney sent a letter to the Caldwell Education Association stating that the failure of them to bring up the issue before the year began is an indication they understood the furlough days from the previous year would be enacted this year as well.

If the grievance filed by the union is successful, it will cost the district $893,000, according to interim superintendent Jonathan Cline.

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