Great job – you’ve done so much good work! Now, Illinois Representatives are back home and we need you to meet them while they’re home and tell them to Repeal the 3%! The Senate did it and they can too!
Today, House Bill 2078 passed out of committee to the House floor, marking the second $40,000 minimum teacher salary bill to make it out of committee this legislative session and taking a big step toward making the $40,000 minimum salary reality.
In a groundbreaking agreement, the Vienna Grade School Education Association and the school board have agreed to create a “more positive and supportive relationship” between teachers, the administration and the board.
Glen Ellyn Education Association (GEEA) Co-presidents Dina Sbarra and Tracy Guerrieri released the following statements after Glen Ellyn School District 41 announced today that the district will conduct a national search for a new superintendent and will announce the search firms at the board meeting Mon., Jan. 21.
The Illinois Education Association initiated a bill to repeal the 3 percent salary limit law that shifts the state’s cost of paying for an educator’s pensionable earnings to local school districts and institutions of higher education and local property tax payers.