Spring-Ford School District Collective Bargaining Agreement

Click on the name of the city to view the list of schools in that city. ROYERSFORD, PA – Spring-Ford has reached an agreement with teachers on a new collective agreement after months of negotiations, the borough said Monday night. The agreement arrives exactly at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. It is estimated that more than 500 educators are employed by SFASD. Data on school administration and SFASD teachers` salaries, shown in the following data tables, are collected by several government authorities listed in each table. Note: The information below is for informational purposes only, for official information please contact the school district directly. See how other nearby school districts are doing in terms of education and employment: Learn more below about the average salary details of school administrators and auxiliary staff, including consultants and librarians for the Philadelphia area. “We are pleased with the progress we have made with the association,” said Joe Ciresi, Chair of the Spring-Ford Board of School Directors. “I look forward to moving Spring-Ford forward over the next four years as we set out to become the #1 school district in the state.

This is a great way to start a new school year. The total number of school administrators and assistants working for SFASD is shown in the table below. In the end, the two groups agreed on a new four-year contract, with several major changes. Teachers` salaries will increase by an average of 4 percent during this period, with the freeze only applying in the third year, the district said. The table below shows the salary ranges for specialty teachers working for SFASD and surrounding school districts. Based on data from the 2014 NCES School District Survey, SFASD has 12 schools. These schools are listed below, along with their contact information. For more information about each school, click on the school link. The teachers, represented by the Spring-Ford Education Association, had been trapped in negotiations with the district for some time. The main concerns were that teachers wanted to abandon salary freezes and establish a more attractive pay plan that would “attract and retain the smartest and best teachers in the region.” The agreement also provides for the end of different types of health care options by the end of the four-year contract in order to control the total cost of the rounding. Source: Local Education Agency (School District) Finance Survey (F-33) Data (2012) The tables below show the number of teachers, administrators and auxiliaries employed by SFASD. This information is obtained through a self-reported survey by the NCES Universe Survey.

This table lists the salary ranges for teachers provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) for the Philadelphia area. There can be large differences in salary due to experience or level of education. For example, a teacher with a master`s degree in education may have a higher salary than an entry teacher. Post on Teacher.org and 100+ Job Exchanges with a deposit: Click here to post a job….

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