The Clark County School District and the Teachers` Union reached an agreement on compensation. “We`ve always been consistent,” Vellardita said. “We wanted to find an agreement around the table, and today was the day.” However, the agreement does not ne neat the ongoing financial challenges facing Nevada`s K-12 public system – a point repeated by elected officials in the room. This was done because the AECB and the CCSD reached an agreement to commit to cooperate in order to secure additional funds! That`s right, ccSD and AECB will work together in the future and have reached an interim agreement obliging both parties to fight together for more funds for our students, schools and educators in the next Legislature 2019. It is not yet known when teachers will see these increases in their paychecks. Goudie said the borough will “work on it immediately” and release more information after the school authority formally approves the deal, which could be done as early as Sept. 12. The district says this is the longest contract between the CCSD and the AECB in at least 10 years and was concluded with the hope that the district and the AECB will work together in the coming years on a common strategy to properly pay staff and improve working conditions for educators by reducing class sizes. LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Less than two weeks before a planned strike, the AECB, the union that represents teachers, announced late Wednesday afternoon that it had reached an agreement with the Clark County School District. On Wednesday evening, the two sides held a joint press conference during which they discussed the satisfaction of the agreement. The preliminary agreement of the two parties, submitted for final approval by the labor committee and school committee, includes: The Clark County School District and the local teachers` union announced late Wednesday afternoon a tentative contractual agreement that rewards career-related wage increases and prevents a possible strike that has been on top of the system since the spring. But members must ratify this agreement.
AECB will hold a special meeting of union members on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at Alexis Park (375 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89169) from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to submit this supplementary agreement for membership for approval and ratification. The AECB recommends ratification of this agreement. We hope to see you there! The AECB has posted details of the agreement on its website: LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – The Clark County School District and the Clark County Education Association have reached an agreement in negotiations to avoid a teachers` strike. “Although we have reached an interim agreement, we still have a lot of work to do,” Brooks said. In addition to agreeing to abide by arbitration and court decisions, CCSD also agreed to honor educators` commitment to improving their practice under the PGS system and paying for 2018-2019 column progress at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year. . .