Weeks after the Santa Rosa County School Board sided with Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick over the teachers’ union in salary negotiations, some teachers and union leaders are not dropping the issue.
They appeared before the school board to make arguments during a public forum Sept. 7.
In mid-August the school board voted unanimously to offer the teachers an average 1.8 percent raise for the year as opposed to the roughly 2.8 percent average increase requested by the teachers’ bargaining unit, the Santa Rosa Professional Educators.
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