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More than 80 Redmond teachers showed up at Wednesday night's Redmond School Board meeting to defend themselves against more cuts. The School District is facing an $8-million shortfall, but the two sides are negotiating how to make the budget balance. School Board Chair Jim Erickson gives us an update: “Where we stand is both sides are still at the negotiating table trying to figure out the best way to solve this. We agree on some things, but not on all things. We have meetings scheduled for June 6 and 13th. We hope in these two meetings, we'll find solutions to these things.” Union members had fought plans to cut teachers salaries. But the latest proposal by the District, has teachers teaching the same number of days at the same pay, as this year.

 

 

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