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Barbara Zaborney

President

Greater Nanticoke Area Educator's Association

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2007 News

nanticokecity.com [cached]

"It's time now to meet in the middle and find a compromise that's fair to all," GNAEA President Barbara Zaborney told the board after the vote.
Zaborney said the fact finder's recommendation was for a five-year contract. However, Greater Nanticoke Area teachers have been without a contract since August 2005. "We will be back at the bargaining table two years from now. Just two years," Zaborney said. The union did not set a strike date, but Barbara Zaborney, president of the Greater Nanticoke Area Educator's Association, told the board the fact-finder's recommendations are "more than reasonable" and said a strike will happen at an "opportune time. She would not elaborate. Zaborney said the recommendation did not require any tax increases for the district. She added the education association membership voted "overwhelmingly" to accept the recommendations even though they included significant "compromises." "We are an important part of the school district," Zaborney said. "We are professional educators offering the best possible education for the residents and taxpayers." She added the teachers helped the district in the past when money was tight, agreeing to wage freezes and other concessions. However, she noted the board promised them their "sacrifices would be remembered." "That time is now," she said.


citizensvoice.com

Greater Nanticoke Area Education Association President Barbara Zaborney wrote a letter to the editor outlining the teachers' position and asking the board to come to the table in good faith.Raineri's comments were "designed not to bring resolution, but to divide the union and undermine the leadership," Zaborney stated.


www.citizensvoice.com

Greater Nanticoke Area Education Association president Barbara Zaborney has written a letter to the editor outlining the teachers' position and asking the board to come to the bargaining table in good faith.Raineri's comments were "designed not to bring resolution, but to divide the union and undermine the leadership," Zaborney stated.GNA teachers have been without a contract since August 2005."The GNA school district can afford to settle this contract with the teachers with no need for a tax increase," Zaborney wrote.


citizensvoice.com

GNAEA President Barbara Zaborney said after the vote that striking could be an option if the school board didn't reconsider.


www.timesleader.com

The union did not set a strike date, but Barbara Zaborney, president of the Greater Nanticoke Area Educator's Association, told the board the fact-finder's recommendations are "more than reasonable" and said a strike will happen at an "opportune time."She would not elaborate.Zaborney said the recommendation did not require any tax increases for the district.She added the education association membership voted "overwhelmingly" to accept the recommendations even though they included significant "compromises.""We are an important part of the school district," Zaborney said."We are professional educators offering the best possible education for the residents and taxpayers."She added the teachers helped the district in the past when money was tight, agreeing to wage freezes and other concessions.However, she noted the board promised them their "sacrifices would be remembered." "That time is now," she said.


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