District 200, Teachers Reach Tentative 3-Year Agreement

Teacher organization representing about 1,000 District 200 teachers reaches tentative three-year agreement with the district. The Board of Education will vote to approve the agreement Wednesday.

The Wheaton Warrenville Education Association (WWEA) and Community Unit School District 200 have reached a tentative three-year agreement, according to a District 200 press release. The WWEA, which represents approximately 1,000 certified teachers, presented the tentative agreement to their membership and ratified it last week.
The district and WWEA started the bargaining process in January. The agreement provides for a balanced budget, based on revenue projections, according to the District 200 website.

The agreement also contains a limited reopener memorandum to address the impact of modifications in the state . The agreement addresses teacher professional time, the impact of Senate Bill 7, teacher retirement provisions, contract language cleanup and compensation, according to the District 200 website.

The Board of Education will review and vote on the proposed agreement during the Jun. 13 Board of Education meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the .

BIll I June 12, 2012 at 03:30 PM
Why are there no specific details on the contract either here or on the Dis 200 website?
Charlotte Eriksen June 12, 2012 at 05:47 PM
According to a spokesman for the district, details will not be released until tomorrow.
Charlotte Eriksen June 12, 2012 at 05:48 PM
Tomorrow because it will be, "After both parties have voted on the agreement."
BIll I June 15, 2012 at 02:44 AM
I'm a little slow Charlotte, but thank you for replying the other day.


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