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Upper St Clair Collective Bargaining Agreement

District officials did not ask for the federal race for the best grant, which would have provided more than $1 million in additional federal funds to improve students` academic performance. [69] Participation required the administration, the school board and the local teachers` union to sign an agreement to prioritize improving student academic achievement. In Pennsylvania, 120 public school districts and 56 charter schools agreed to participate. [70] Pennsylvania was not approved for the grant. The inability of districts to commit to participate was cited as one of the reasons Pennsylvania was not allowed. [71] [72] [73] The agreement gives workers a two percent pay increase in the first and third year of the agreement and a wage freeze in the second and fourth years, according to The Almanac, and save the borough $17,000. The collective agreement extends the collective agreement with 43 district employees, including bus drivers and cabin crew, until 2017. The Upper St. Clair School District has signed a new four-year contract with Upper St. Clair School Professional Support. During the 2005-2006 school year, an academic controversy was the abolition of the International Baccalaureate (IB) program.

Members of the new school committee, elected in 2005, criticized the program as too costly, a needless doubling of the Advanced Placement, saying its international perspective was contrary to “Judeo-Christian values.” In February 2006, the new school board voted 5 to 4 to phase out the IB program over two years, so that only current Grade 11 and 12 students can meet the requirements. [12] In March 2006, the ACLU filed an appeal[13] and in May 2006, an out-of-court settlement was reached with two main provisions. Initially, the program was reinstated for at least two years. Second, as part of the transaction agreement, a nine-month study was conducted to determine the value of the IB program. The study resulted in a recommendation to maintain the IB curriculum. [15] The District Administration reported that 175 or 4.23% of students in the Upper Saint Clair School District were identified as gifted in 2009. [35] By law, the district must offer mental programs at all levels. The transfer procedure for a gifted assessment can be initiated by teachers or parents by addressing the student`s site manager and requesting an assessment. All applications must be submitted in writing. To be eligible for intellectually gifted programs in Pennsylvania, a student must have a cognitive ability of at least 130 compared to a standardized aptitude test by a certified school psychologist. Other factors indicating talent are also considered for eligibility. [36] [37] The Upper Saint Clair School District received an additional $1,751,309 for specialized education in 2010.

[33] For the 2011/2012 school year, all Pennsylvania public school districts received the same level of specialized education funding they received in 2010-11. This amount is provided regardless of changes in the number of students who require specific educational services and regardless of the amount of services students need. [34] The Upper Saint Clair School Board did not request exemptions exceeding the Act 1 budget index in 2011. [92] For the 2009/2010 budget, the Board of Directors did not ask for an exception to exceed the index. [93] In the spring of 2010, 135 school boards in Pennsylvania applied to exceed their adjusted index.

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