Woburn Public Schools Collective Bargaining Agreement

WOBURN, MA — Woburn Unionized Public School teachers receive a 2 per cent increase in a three-year contract each year that was ratified last week by the school board. Both sides and Mayor Scott Galvin praised the agreement, according to The Daily Times Chronicle. The agreement provides for additional preparation periods for primary school teachers and a retroactive increase of two per cent for this year. The new contract expires at the beginning of the 2020/21 school year. We have listed the 11 schools and their contact information managed by the Woburn School District in the list below. For more information about each school, click on the school link. The two sides also agreed to consider a proposal to extend the preparation period for college teachers in the future. In 2016, the last time the teachers were awarded a new contract, the union conducted a work-by-law operation, with both sides fighting for an agreement. Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), CCD Local Education Agency (School District) Universe Survey 2014. See compensation areas and details on school administrators and support staff for the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area below.

The boundaries of the woburn School District and surrounding areas are shown in the map below. This provides emergency advice and remittance services for a number of issues and problems that employees sometimes face, including: the estimated value of the administrator and teacher services provided by woburn School District is shown below. These estimates are based on figures from the NCES Finance Survey (2012). Browse job offers in and around Woburn School District. See how other neighbouring school districts compare teaching and employment opportunities: the total number of teachers employed in the woburn School District by grade classification is shown below. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 2013, MSA: Boston-Cambridge-Quincy, SOC codes: 25-2011, 25-2012, 25-2021, 25-2022, 25-2031, 27-2022, 25-3098, 25-9041 Source: Local Education Agency (School District District) Finance Survey (F-33) Data (F-33) “I think everyone agrees that it is in the best interests of teachers, taxpayers and especially students. There are a lot of good things for students,” Galvin told the Times Chronicle, who first told the story.