Dear Dallas Community,We appreciate your continued support and identify with your disappointment in a seeming lackof progressive negotiations towards an absolute resolution. Many of our members are Dallastaxpayers and have children in the district. While the school board has made headlines, webelieve it's imperative for you to know:o of Dallas educatorsRanked #11 schoolhave a Master's Degree or higherdistrict in Luzerne CountyOur educators averageDallas starting salary rankscompared toyears of educationalexperience.other NEPA districts.teachingpositions have not been replaced.Since 2010,200a: DHS $37.25 million200a. Football Stadium $5.5 million2014: Turf & Lights $1.5 million Dallas teachers2017: DES $18.5 millionCOntributeto their pension, pay healthcaredeductibles and co-pays, and oftern$62,750,000pay out-of-pocket for classroom supplies.The district is asserting financial hardships, but it is NOT because of the teacher's contract.Dallas Education Association continues to stand up for a fair, reasonable, and affordable contract.professional employee contract that encompasses relevant language, a pursuit of safe learningand working environments, healthcare benefits that are comparable to current plans,and a salary schedule that keeps Dallas educators competitive with professional colleagues inneighboring districtsDallas Education Association0860766

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Dear Dallas Community, We appreciate your continued support and identify with your disappointment in a seeming lack of progressive negotiations towards an absolute resolution. Many of our members are Dallas taxpayers and have children in the district. While the school board has made headlines, we believe it's imperative for you to know: o of Dallas educators Ranked #11 school have a Master's Degree or higher district in Luzerne County Our educators average Dallas starting salary ranks compared to years of educational experience. other NEPA districts. teaching positions have not been replaced. Since 2010, 200a: DHS $37.25 million 200a. Football Stadium $5.5 million 2014: Turf & Lights $1.5 million Dallas teachers 2017: DES $18.5 million COntribute to their pension, pay healthcare deductibles and co-pays, and oftern $62,750,000 pay out-of-pocket for classroom supplies. The district is asserting financial hardships, but it is NOT because of the teacher's contract. Dallas Education Association continues to stand up for a fair, reasonable, and affordable contract. professional employee contract that encompasses relevant language, a pursuit of safe learning and working environments, healthcare benefits that are comparable to current plans, and a salary schedule that keeps Dallas educators competitive with professional colleagues in neighboring districts Dallas Education Association 0860766

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