SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Springfield Education Association held a protest ahead of the School Committee’s meeting Thursday night.
The metropolis’s schooling affiliation is sad with the requirement to obtain the retention bonus that’s being provided to lecturers.
The college district has provided a $2000 bonus, however for every day a instructor misses work they lose about $11 a day.
President of the Education Association, Tracey Little-Sasanecki advised 22News, “We’re looking to be respected as professionals, we’re looking for honesty within the department, and looking for our fair share.”
Catherine Mastronarti contributed, “We want to be treated with dignity, and being treated with dignity means that when you offer something you don’t put a lot of strings attached to it.”
The cities Education Association is grateful for what they’re paid, however really feel they deserve their bonus with no strings connected.