Off the Beat: Public Teachers’ Contract A Private Affair?
Hawaii's education executives won't disclose terms of a contract they've already implemented.
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There’s some dispute among teachers about whether the salary cuts dealt to HGEA workers and teachers are equal.
HGEA workers face a 5 percent wage cut and nine days paid leave. Teachers a 1.5 percent pay cut and leave without pay on certain non-instructional days. But Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi won’t say how many days of unpaid leave teachers will have to take.