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October 7, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The Laguna Beach Unified School District and the teachers union have approved a one-year contract that reverses salary cuts made during the district's 1996 financial crisis. In 1998-99, teachers will get a 2.5% raise, according to Tuesday's agreement. The accord makes up for the salary cuts with a 1.5% retroactive raise for 1997-98, and a one-time payment of 3.5%. "I'm pleased we could come to an agreement. We all want what's fair and it's just a matter of working out the details," Supt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The Laguna Beach Unified School District and the teachers union have approved a one-year contract that reverses salary cuts made during the district's 1996 financial crisis. In 1998-99, teachers will get a 2.5% raise, according to Tuesday's agreement. The accord makes up for the salary cuts with a 1.5% retroactive raise for 1997-98, and a one-time payment of 3.5%. "I'm pleased we could come to an agreement. We all want what's fair and it's just a matter of working out the details," Supt.
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July 8, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The teachers' union has rejected the latest contract offer from the Laguna Beach Unified School District, and the two sides plan to meet with a mediator next month in an effort to break the impasse. Teachers voluntarily gave up 5% of their pay for the school year during the district's financial crisis in November 1996. Last week the district offered to repay the one-time cut in two installments--in October and February--provided it has the money.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The teachers' union has rejected the latest contract offer from the Laguna Beach Unified School District, and the two sides plan to meet with a mediator next month in an effort to break the impasse. Teachers voluntarily gave up 5% of their pay for the school year during the district's financial crisis in November 1996. Last week the district offered to repay the one-time cut in two installments--in October and February--provided it has the money.
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