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District and SCTA reach tentative agreement

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7TH UPDATE

At the December 7, 2017 Board of Education meeting, the district approved the tentative agreement with the Sacramento City Teachers Association on the condition it is ratified by SCTA members. Click here to view the tentative agreement.  

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH UPDATE

The district and Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) have reached a tentative agreement on a 3-year contract. More details of this agreement will be released in the coming weeks. 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH UPDATE

Both the district and Sacramento City Teachers Association (SCTA) have received the neutral third-party independent fact-finding report. The fact-finding report and recommended terms of settlement issued by the neutral fact finder on November 2, 2017 is hereby released to the public in accordance with Government Code section 3548.3(a). Click here to view the fact-finding report.

Both parties are meeting today to discuss the findings and attempt to reach an agreement. There is a $67 million difference between the district’s offer and SCTA’s offer. The district’s offer is costed out at $25 million. The SCTA’s offer is costed out at $93 million. The information on this page provides details on the district’s latest offer (September 15) and how it compares to other districts, as well as a history of the negotiations sessions over the past year.

Click here to download this infographic in pdf.

Click here to view details of the district’s contract offer.

Click here to view the proposed new salary schedule with all teachers earning a 6 percent pay raise. 

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

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The district has joined a nationwide Council of Great City Schools effort to help the Houston Independent School District recover from the damage of Hurricane Harvey by collecting clothes, toiletries and other items at all school sites for delivery to children and families in Houston. Hundreds of items from all school sites within our district were collected the week of September 4th and sent to Houston.