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Ripon educators seek 180 days of student instruction

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POSTED February 10, 2013 11:57 p.m.

Ripon Unified teachers want all furlough days reinstated to restore the 180-day student school calendar that existed before the budget crisis started forcing staffing and compensation cuts.

It is part of a contract negotiation proposal that is being presented to the Ripon school board tonight by Chuck Carley who serves as the negotiations chair for the Ripon Unified District Teachers Association.

The teachers also want three additional staff development days and one parent-teacher conference/work day.

Also on their list are increasing district payments for medical benefits and conferring rights to association members to have their son or daughter attend school at the site where they teach.

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