From the daily archives: Saturday, September 27, 2014

Those who are uninformed about the teachers’ strike in Reynoldsburg still assume the work stoppage is taking place because the teachers are holding out for more money (it’s not about the money).  Even if it was about increasing teacher pay, we could make the case that the teachers have a point.

In 2011, previous Reynoldsburg Superintendent Steve Dackin was a finalist for the State Superintendent position.  He had been leading the school district for 6 years at the time and had a base salary of $120,146.  The Reynoldsburg School Board, led by current President Andrew Swope, afraid of losing Dackin […]

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