Clark County Schools Superintendent Dwight Jones met with principals Wednesday morning, urging them to plan for a midyear reduction in staff to balance the budget should the Clark County Education Association prevail in the arbitration.
What does CCEA stand for?
CCEA stands for Clark County Education Association
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Losing step pay increases is "draconian, president of the Clark County Education Association.
Ruben Murillo , president of the Clark County Education Association, the union that represents most of the county's teachers, responded on accountability that "teachers are not afraid of being held accountable as long as the assessment is fair and takes into account all of the factors impacting student test scores.
Ruben Murillo, president of the Clark County Education Association, which represents most of the district's 18,000 teachers, fears the situation has reached a crisis.
In a prior interview, Superintendent Walt Rulffes characterized ongoing discussions with the Clark County Education Association as Òfruitful,Ó and said he thought an agreement could be reached that would avoid layoffs.
The Clark County School District and its employees have yet to agree to wage concessions, and the Clark County Education Association is expected to declare an impasse on several sticking points and will ask for binding arbitration.
John Jasonek, who retired last week as executive director of the Clark County Education Association, had intended to start a career academy to give students preliminary preparation for teaching jobs.
Ó CarsonÕs staff have the option of looking for new positions during April, when teachers can seek voluntary transfers to other schools rather than waiting to be reassigned based on seniority, said Ruben Murillo, president of the Clark County Education Association.