Local officials feel overmatched by the union’s million-dollar team of strategists. The union says it needs the help to counter the education establishment and practice a fundamental right.
News Release — Vermont-National Education Association May 11, 2017 Contact: Darren Allen 802.224.2403 (office) 802.839.8618 MONTPELIER – Legislative leaders today presented a plan that would generate the property tax savings sought by Gov. Phil Scott without the need to erode the collective bargaining rights of educators or to strip power from locally elected and accountable […]
Sen. Vince Illuzzi said he is concerned that large businesses will have a wider variety of plans to choose from while choices for small businesses will be limited.
Bennington area teachers on Wednesday authorized a strike to begin October 19 unless the boards of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union stay at the negotiating table and reach a settlement.
Bennington area teachers are disappointed that the boards of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union refused to negotiate terms of a potential contract and instead insisted on curtailing union activity.
For Information: Heather Parkhurst 802.578.7729 or Darren Allen 802.223.6375 (office) 802.839.8618 (cell) February 1, 2011 BRISTOL – In the wake of last week’s strike authorization vote by the members of the Addison Northeast Education Association, representatives from teachers and the boards will meet tomorrow evening. Before the session, members of the union will stage a […]
For Information: Christopher Hood 802.777.9104 or Darren Allen 802.223.6375 (office) 802.839.8618 (cell) February 1, 2011 HINESBURG – The teachers of Chittenden South Supervisory Union on Tuesday were pleased that the districts’ boards decided to continue contract talks. “We are hopeful by deciding to talk to us, the boards are as serious as we are at […]