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Employment History

President
Cumberland Teachers Association

Cumberland Teacher
National Education Association

Teacher
Cumberland High School

Education

master's degree
business
Bryant University

undergraduate degree

Providence College

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Anchor Rising: Education Archives

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Teachers this year will defer half of a 2.5-percent salary increase, half of an increase that comes with a new salary step and half of the payment teachers with credits or degrees beyond a bachelor's degree receive, according to Roderick McGarry, president of the Cumberland Teachers Association. ...

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Teachers will get a 1-percent salary increase in the first half of that year and an additional 1.5-percent salary increase in the second half, McGarry said.


National Education Association Rhode Island - About NEARI - Local Association Presidents

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President - Roderick McGarry rmcgarry@hotmail.com


Judge Daniel A. Procaccini recently ruled ...

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Judge Daniel A. Procaccini recently ruled that the town does not have to pay more than $330,000 in a judgment award to Roderick McGarry, the father of current Cumberland Teachers Association president and Cumberland High School teacher Rod McGarry.

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Roderick McGarry, who applied to be an English teacher with Cumberland schools back in 1998 and later as a part-time teacher in 1999, accused the school department of hiring based on age instead of eligibility.
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Following a jury trial, a verdict was returned in favor of McGarry in the amount of $329,814.
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The case stemmed from two teaching positions that McGarry applied for during the 1998-1999 and 1999-2000 school years.
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According to Murphy, those notes have never been brought forward and other applicants were hired for the jobs instead of McGarry.
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McGarry, who spent 26 years managing personnel in the trucking industry, was a former teacher at Cumberland High School from 1969-1970 and returned as a substitute teacher in spring 1997. He holds an undergraduate degree from Providence College and a master's degree in business from Bryant University.


Anchor Rising: Cumberland Archives

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Teachers this year will defer half of a 2.5-percent salary increase, half of an increase that comes with a new salary step and half of the payment teachers with credits or degrees beyond a bachelor's degree receive, according to Roderick McGarry, president of the Cumberland Teachers Association. ...

Also in the agreement, announced Monday after the Cumberland Teachers Association and School Committee approved it Wednesday, is waiving a 2.5-percent salary raise in the academic year that begins September 2011.
The new accord adds another year to the contract, which the union president stated would give teachers additional security through the 2012-2013. Teachers will get a 1-percent salary increase in the first half of that year and an additional 1.5-percent salary increase in the second half, McGarry said.


Teachers this year will defer half ...

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Teachers this year will defer half of a 2.5-percent salary increase, half of an increase that comes with a new salary step and half of the payment teachers with credits or degrees beyond a bachelor's degree receive, according to Roderick McGarry, president of the Cumberland Teachers Association.

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Teachers will get a 1-percent salary increase in the first half of that year and an additional 1.5-percent salary increase in the second half, McGarry said.
The union represents about 385 teachers in the district, McGarry said. There were initially many more school employees notified that they could be laid off, but savings, including approximately 21 teachers who took an early retirement incentive, had reduced the number to 53, he said.
McGarry said it is conceivable that more teachers who received notices will be recalled later this week.
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McGarry said that the concessions were difficult, but teachers "are well aware of the current fiscal situation and were ultimately willing to sacrifice to preserve programs and reasonable class sizes for the benefit of all Cumberland students."

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