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The Merrimack Teacher's Association's pay raise distribution is not in the best interest of teachers or taxpayers. If the contract is approved as is, both parties will be hurt.
Pay table disparities prevent Merrimack from attracting young teachers. The negotiated pay raise could fix the problem if implemented properly.
A vocal critic of the Merrimack School District's central office project still thinks supporting the project is the best use of taxpayer resources.
Ever wished school vacations were scheduled differently? Do you like the calendar as it is? Whatever your opinion, if you are a Merrimack parent, the Merrimack School Board wants to here from you!
Did you know that most teachers can receive a raise even if the current contract negotiations result in no changes to the pay table? It is true. Read on to understand why.
Along with holidays comes the school budget review. The annual tradition has a few schedule changes this year that will allow voters to be more engaged. Here's what you need to know to get started.
Does the School Board operate transparently? Are they looking out for us? Or have they become compromised by the bureaucracy? Consider the recent Performance Pay contract changes and then you decide.
Ever wonder how a 2.75% increase in the teachers' contract can amount to more than a 4% pay hike for some teachers and less than a 2.75% for others? This blog may help you with some answers.
Are large monetary incentives required by contract for retiring teachers in the taxpayer's best interest?
Your tax dollars go to the New Hampshire School Board’s Association (NHSBA) to support legislative lobbying. Do the NHSBA lobby positions agree with yours? You might be surprised.
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