Teachers question board spending
DIXON – Teachers question the school district’s claim that it does not have the money to meet their demands for a new contract, according to a statement issued by their union.
The Dixon Education Association is asking for a 6-percent raise every year for the next 5 years, while the Dixon School Board is proposing no salary increase and wants to increase the amount teachers pay for health insurance.
The union estimates its demands 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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