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March 1, 1990 | LISA MASCARO
Negotiators for about 800 non-teaching employees who are locked in a contract dispute with the Anaheim City School District say they will continue to picket meetings of the Board of Education until a state mediator arrives next month. At issue are this year's pay increases: The district has offered the employees a 6% raise and the employees are holding out for 7%.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1992 | Dana Parsons
Having thus far missed out on the opportunity to raise children, I can comment on the task with a level of all-knowingness frequently reserved for the smug dilettante. "I wouldn't let my kids do that" is the phrase that most often enters my mind after watching my college-educated friends being manipulated once again by a 6-year-old with only partial command of the language.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1992 | Dana Parsons
Having thus far missed out on the opportunity to raise children, I can comment on the task with a level of all-knowingness frequently reserved for the smug dilettante. "I wouldn't let my kids do that" is the phrase that most often enters my mind after watching my college-educated friends being manipulated once again by a 6-year-old with only partial command of the language.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1992 | LISA MASCARO
Dozens of residents who live near closed Victoria Elementary School gave a standing ovation to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees last week after the board agreed to reopen the school in the fall of 1993. Budget woes this year threatened to postpone the already delayed opening of the school indefinitely, and worried parents have been lobbying the board for months to ensure that their children will have a neighborhood school to attend in 1993, as had been promised.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | LISA MASCARO
Officials of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and its teachers union have jointly declared an impasse in contract talks. The two sides are discussing outstanding issues in the teachers' three-year contract, which expires in June, 1993. District officials want to discuss salary rates, but the Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers maintains that salaries are set for the length of the agreement and not open to negotiation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1992 | LISA MASCARO
Dozens of residents who live near closed Victoria Elementary School gave a standing ovation to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustees last week after the board agreed to reopen the school in the fall of 1993. Budget woes this year threatened to postpone the already delayed opening of the school indefinitely, and worried parents have been lobbying the board for months to ensure that their children will have a neighborhood school to attend in 1993, as had been promised.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 1992 | MARY HELEN BERG
Personnel shuffling continues in the Orange Unified School District following the controversial dismissal of Supt. Norman C. Guith and the demotion of three veteran principals and a district administrator. Leaving the district are Gayle Wayne, hired by Guith in July, 1990, as public information officer and assistant to the superintendent, and Anaida Colon-Muniz, whom Guith in a much-heralded appointment hired to join the district in January as director of bilingual education.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
The Fountain Valley School District Board of Trustees has approved a fiscal 1992-93 budget of $25.7 million. Although the trustees approved the budget last week, they expect to re-examine it when the state passes its budget. Officials have said the district may have to cut 5% more, or $875,000, when the state budget is approved. "We're meeting our required timelines," said Supt. Ruben L. Ingram, referring to the state-mandated July 1 deadline for school districts to pass balanced budgets.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 7, 1992 | MARY HELEN BERG
Personnel shuffling continues in the Orange Unified School District following the controversial dismissal of Supt. Norman C. Guith and the demotion of three veteran principals and a district administrator. Leaving the district are Gayle Wayne, hired by Guith in July, 1990, as public information officer and assistant to the superintendent, and Anaida Colon-Muniz, whom Guith in a much-heralded appointment hired to join the district in January as director of bilingual education.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1992 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
The Fountain Valley School District Board of Trustees has approved a fiscal 1992-93 budget of $25.7 million. Although the trustees approved the budget last week, they expect to re-examine it when the state passes its budget. Officials have said the district may have to cut 5% more, or $875,000, when the state budget is approved. "We're meeting our required timelines," said Supt. Ruben L. Ingram, referring to the state-mandated July 1 deadline for school districts to pass balanced budgets.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | LISA MASCARO
Officials of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and its teachers union have jointly declared an impasse in contract talks. The two sides are discussing outstanding issues in the teachers' three-year contract, which expires in June, 1993. District officials want to discuss salary rates, but the Newport-Mesa Federation of Teachers maintains that salaries are set for the length of the agreement and not open to negotiation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1990 | LISA MASCARO
Negotiators for about 800 non-teaching employees who are locked in a contract dispute with the Anaheim City School District say they will continue to picket meetings of the Board of Education until a state mediator arrives next month. At issue are this year's pay increases: The district has offered the employees a 6% raise and the employees are holding out for 7%.
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