Mediator next step in Windham contract talks
“While we have offered multiple solutions to the outstanding matters being negotiated, we weren’t able to come to a mutual resolution,” said Ryan O’Connor, lead negotiator for the WEA.
In the meantime, local teachers said they’d strive to maintain business as usual.
Joanis declined to comment on specifics of what both sides failed to agree on, noting the need to “honor the confidentiality of the ongoing negotiations.”
The WEA has been working without a contract since 2011, when their most recent contract expired.
This past March, 2,024 voted against Article 3, a collective bargaining agreement with the Windham Education Association. A total of 1,650 residents favored the proposed contract.
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