California Educator

August/September 2021

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CAMPBELL: Arbitrator rules in educators' favor Campbell High School Teachers Association scored a victory for educators when an arbitrator ruled that Campbell Union High School District violated their collective bargaining agreement multiple times. On multiple occasions since January 2020, CUHSD violated the contract when it refused to allow CHSTA representatives to attend an informal grievance meeting, according to CHSTA President Kim McCarthy. "Part of our rights as a union is to represent our members at meetings and enforce our collectively bargained agreement. The district violated that agree- ment," she says. "Our union would like to see the district act in good faith with the educators who support students' academic, emotional and social well-being." The arbitrator ordered CUHSD to cease and desist their actions that are in vio- lation of the contract, protecting educators' rights. Correction: Our June/July 2021 issue incorrectly stated the stipend amount for Stockton Teachers Association members for distance learning-related work resulting from the pandemic. The amount is $400. 43 A U G U S T / S E P T E M B E R 2 0 21

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