Santa Barbara teachers demand fair pay as negotiations with district loom

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  • Source: EdSource
  • 10/31/2023
More than 150 community members turned out to demand the Santa Barbara Unified School District listen to teachers’ calls for fair pay during a school board meeting on Oct. 4, the Santa Barbara Independent reported. 

Teachers described a “revolving” door with educators entering and exiting the district and highlighted the burden of soaring housing costs.

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