Board releases its last offer
Teachers want 6 percent raise; board wants no raise at all
DIXON – Teachers are asking for a 6 percent salary increase every year for 5 years, according to a final offer released Thursday by the Dixon School Board.
The board, however, is proposing no salary increase and wants to increase the amount teachers pay for health insurance.
The Dixon Education Association estimate its demands, which include changes to special education, pension, tuition reimbursement and sick days, would cost the district about $2 million a year over the life of a 5-year contract. The board contends the demands would cost about $6.3 million a year.
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