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VIDEO: Teachers On Funding Protests

Teachers at more than 20 Harford County Public Schools protested Wednesday, and plan to again on Thursday.

They're asking for what they say they are contractually owed.

They're not walking out on students. They're not striking.

But some teachers at about two dozen schools around Harford County are protesting this week in hopes that it sends a message. They hope by sticking to working only those hours to which they are contractually obligated, that Harford County will put more funding toward public education.

Check out the video with this post for a first-hand account from a teacher: French teacher and Student Government Association sponsor Kathleen Mader.

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Leslie Schildgen June 11, 2012 at 02:57 PM
How can you possibly draft a contract regarding employment and benefits for 10 years and expect nothing to happen in between to cause changes in raises. Taxes and economic conditions change during that long period. Picket your union for brainwashing you into believing nothing would change regarding your benefits for 10 years when everything you get depends on taxpayers.
Hans-Adam III, Prince of Liechtenstein June 11, 2012 at 04:13 PM
The teachers' contract had funding contingencies in order to pay for salary increases. Harford County didn't provide the funding so HCPS isn't obligated to pay.
Leslie Schildgen June 11, 2012 at 05:58 PM
So why are they protesting
Leslie Schildgen June 11, 2012 at 05:58 PM
are they unaware what their own contract says
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