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District meets with SEIU, SCTA separately. No deal yet

The Sacramento Unified School District sat at the negotiating table for hours with the Sacramento City Teachers Association for the first time since Sunday, when thousands of teachers and staff went on strike last week. The district also continued talks with local fund SEIU 1021. “Sac City Unified has been working tirelessly on behalf of our children all weekend to do what we can to bring them to the school they belong to tomorrow,” the district said in a statement. A press release posted on its website shortly before 4pm on Sunday. However, no agreement was reached with either union, which means the children will not return to class on Monday. Talks are expected to resume on Monday. SCTA calls on the region to comply with the recommendations made by a neutral committee in its Minutes REFERENCE. You can read their proposal to the region here. The district responded with a counter-proposal on Sunday. Read it here. In this, the district increased the one-time bonus corresponding to 2% of the teachers’ remuneration this year to 3%. | Read more What the district has to offer to the teachers’ union and a history of controversy Meanwhile, the union representing the classified staff hit SCUSD after its meeting on Sunday morning, saying the district appeared unprepared at the negotiating table. The SEIU local capital represents thousands of security guards, bus drivers, teaching assistants and catering workers. a series of “clarifying questions” from the region’s chief negotiator. “We explained our counter-proposals to them once again, as we did yesterday, although they are clear, and he is an experienced negotiator who understands very well what they mean,” said Karla Faucett, President of SEIU 1021 Chapter. “We are disappointed that the Region is still at a dead end despite the urgency of the situation. “We asked if they could have answers to yesterday’s proposals for us by 11:30 a.m., and they said they would not.” in force on July 1, 2022. “The 2% proposal, I’m sorry, but it ‘s ridiculous,” Debra Durazo told SEIU. The cost of living, in the Sacramento area alone, has risen. I think it’s almost 6%, so 2% will not bring us anything. “SEIU and the region plan to meet again on Sunday night, according to the region. | Previous video coverage above | Sacramento 4: No agreement reached between SEIU district on Saturday SCTA members and SEIU are participating in each other’s negotiating teams.Both unions asked the district to meet with them at the same time, but SEIU said the district refused. The fifth day of the strike comes as the district closed all its campuses from Wednesday to Friday, as it did not have enough substitute teachers to cover the staff shortages due to the strike. unions and the region at the negotiating table, but the region did not attend the meeting, the state inspector said Tony Thermont at KCRA 3 on Friday. The SCUSD Board of Trustees explained in a virtual meeting on Friday why the district did not accept Thermont’s invitation. “Our partners at the negotiating table,” said Lisa Murawski, SCUSD Board Member.

The Sacramento Unified School District sat at the negotiating table for hours with the Sacramento City Teachers Association for the first time since Sunday, when thousands of teachers and staff went on strike last week. The region also continued talks with the local capital SEIU 1021.

“Sac City Unified has been working tirelessly on behalf of our children all weekend to do what we can to bring them to the school they belong to tomorrow,” the district said in a statement. Press release was published on its website shortly before 4 pm on Sunday.

However, no agreement was reached with either union, meaning the children will not return to class on Monday.

The talks are expected to resume on Monday.

SCTA calls on the region to comply with the recommendations made by a neutral committee in its data report. You can read their proposal in the district here.

The district responded with a counter-proposal on Sunday. Read it here.

In this, the district increased its one-time bonus equal to 2% of the teachers’ fee this year to 3%.

| Read more What the district offered to the teachers’ union and a history of controversy

Meanwhile, the union representing the classified staff hit SCUSD after its meeting on Sunday morning, saying the district appeared unprepared at the negotiating table.

The local SEIU capital represents thousands of security guards, bus drivers, training assistants and catering workers.

In a statement, the SEIU said the negotiating team expected the region to have a counter-proposal at its first meeting on Sunday, but instead “received a series of” clarifying questions “from the region’s chief negotiator.

“We explained our counter-proposals to them once again, as we did yesterday, although they are clear, and he is an experienced negotiator who understands very well what they mean,” said SEIU 1021 Chapter President Karla Faucett. “We are disappointed that the Region is still at a dead end despite the urgency of the situation. “We asked if they could have answers to yesterday’s proposals for us by 11:30 a.m., and they said they would not.”

The district said it proposal to SEIU 1021 includes a continuing 2% salary increase that will take effect on July 1, 2022.

“The 2% proposal, I’m sorry, but it ‘s ridiculous,” Debra Durazo told SEIU. “We have not had a cost of living adjustment, I mean from 2018/2019. The cost of living, only in the Sacramento area, has increased. I think it is almost 6%, so 2% will not bring us anything.”

SEIU and the region plan to meet again on Sunday night, according to the region.

| Previous video coverage above 4th day of Sacramento teachers’ strike: No agreement reached between SEIU district on Saturday

The members of SCTA and SEIU participate in the negotiating teams with each other. Both unions asked the district to meet with them at the same time, but the SEIU said the district refused.

The fifth day of the strike comes as the district closed all its campuses from Wednesday to Friday, as it did not have enough substitute teachers to cover staff shortages due to the strike.

On Friday, the state’s top educator tried to intervene to bring the unions and the region to the negotiating table. But the district did not attend the meeting, said State Inspector Tony Thermont he told KCRA 3 on Friday.

The SCUSD Board of Education explained to a virtual meeting on Friday because the district did not accept Thermond’s invitation.

“Because this is a local issue between the district and its workers, we do not want to bypass the proper process of reaching an agreement with our partners at the negotiating table,” said Lisa Murawski, SCUSD Board Member.

| Data controlSacramento City Unified teachers are not the highest paid, but health benefits are at the top of the list

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