No Photo Available

Last Update

2016-12-03T00:00:00.000Z

This profile was last updated on .

Is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Marianne Capoziello?

Ms. Marianne Capoziello

Direct Phone: (863) ***-**** ext. **       

Get ZoomInfo Grow

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Polk Education Association Inc

730 East Davidson Street

Bartow, Florida 33830

United States

Company Description

PEA is provided you with a letter to print out and attach to your Stage 2 to memorialize the fact that the FL-DOE did not do what it was required to do. The district is aware that teachers will be attaching this letter and has sent out a letter to your pr ... more

Find other employees at this company (7)

Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

The Ledger

Affiliations

Member of Executive Board
Florida AFL-CIO

Web References (124 Total References)


Officers & Staff

polkea.org [cached]

Marianne Capoziello, President 533.0908 x 28


Polk Education Association -- Polk County, FL

www.polkea.org [cached]

Marianne CapozielloPresident533-0908 x22


Superintendent Byrd praised PEA President ...

www.polk-fl.net [cached]

Superintendent Byrd praised PEA President Marianne Capoziello for her positive attitude, and commitment to fruitful, productive negotiations.


Member News

polkea.org [cached]

Marianne Capoziello, President

...
President Capoziello stated, "I appreciate the candor of the budget discussions with the Superintendent and School Board Members.
...
To achieve these common goals, Dr. Sherrie Nickell, Superintendent of Schools and Marianne Capoziello, President of the Polk Education Association have been meeting throughout the summer to ensure a new transparency in the budgeting process.
...
Marianne Capoziello, President of PEA was pleased that this settlement comes early in the school year. "Our goal has been to see wages start to move in a meaningful way. We feel this contract settlement begins that process. We are seeing both teacher steps increasing in value and seeing teachers move forward on the steps-that is a truly positive development! For support staff we are seeing the second year of step movement, again a move in the right direction because a highly trained work force at every level is good for students."
Both Nickell and Capoziello agree that progress needs to continue to be made as the District moves forward but, with open discussion, transparent budgeting, and laser like focus on common goals both agree that progress will be made.


During the months of negotiating, ...

www.theledger.com [cached]

During the months of negotiating, Polk Education Association President Marianne Capoziello worried the union would have to declare an impasse because of struggles with bargaining. The district and the union had very different ideas about teacher evaluation, and Capoziello complained that the district was inhibiting progress by canceling meetings.

...
After that, Capoziello said, the district became more open to working on points of contention.
"It's pretty miraculous considering where we were for a while there," Capoziello said.
...
Which teachers or schools are eligible to participate in the beta test has not been decided yet, Capoziello said.
...
Capoziello said she is concerned about the effect the state's performance pay requirement will have on teachers.
"Teachers question every day the fairness of what (the state) is doing," she said.
...
Later in the month, the union will be collecting employee votes on the teacher, paraeducator and educational support personnel agreements.If approved, employees in all three categories would move up a step on the salary schedule, and salary steps would be raised.Teachers also will be considering approval of a state-mandated performance pay salary schedule, adjustments to 2015-16 teacher evaluations, and a beta test for a brand new evaluation system for the 2016-17 school year that would affect teachers who do not teach classes measured by state standardized exams.During the months of negotiating, Polk Education Association President Marianne Capoziello worried the union would have to declare an impasse because of struggles with bargaining. The district and the union had very different ideas about teacher evaluation, and Capoziello complained that the district was inhibiting progress by canceling meetings.Union members protested at a School Board meetings in November and February.
...
After that, Capoziello said, the district became more open to working on points of contention."It's pretty miraculous considering where we were for a while there," Capoziello said.
...
"We've seen some exciting and promising signs."Which teachers or schools are eligible to participate in the beta test has not been decided yet, Capoziello said. Beginning in 2017-18, all teachers not covered by a state-mandated test will have the option to use a student achievement objective.Student performance is one-third of the evaluation score; observations of instructional practice make up almost 62 percent of the score; and self-evaluation makes up 5 percent.That formula is adjusted to include an individual goal for instructional employees such as library/media specialists, speech/language pathologists, psychologists and social workers.TEACHER SALARIES Teachers this year are moving to a performance pay that is based on their evaluations, which are partly based on student learning gains. That comes after the state required school districts to create a performance pay system.If approved, all Polk teachers would receive a step increase. The district would give them a retroactive raise for the 2015-16 school year. In addition, steps would increase. Teachers being moved to the performance pay scale will also receive a raise. The amounts of the raises vary.The performance pay schedule affects all new teachers and teachers who were still on an annual contract as of July 1, 2011.Other teachers would remain on the grandfathered salary schedule unless they choose to move to the performance schedule.Capoziello said she is concerned about the effect the state's performance pay requirement will have on teachers."Teachers question every day the fairness of what (the state) is doing," she said.The grandfathered salary schedule for Polk teachers is based on years of experience. The highest salary for teachers with a bachelor's degree would be $61,072 for 27 or more years of experience.

Similar Profiles

Other People with this Name

Other people with the name Capoziello

Anna Capoziello
Ropes & Gray LLP

Sandra Capoziello
The Ohio State University

Marianne Capoziello
PEA

Christi Capoziello
Angela King Gallery

Greg Capoziello
Barneys

City Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's Business Contact Directory by City

People Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

Company Directory Icon

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory