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Posted by xaviervir on March 14, 2011

United Teachers of Richmond, CTA/NEA

March 11, 2011

Attention WCCUSD Teachers!!!
Our Own “Wisconsin!” 

The District Administration has gone behind the backs of the Association and the School Board by attempting to coax teachers and Local One members into undermining our own summer learning program by agreeing to work for an outside corporation from the East Coast.

BELL ( has been a source of contention and controversy at the last two school board meetings as UTR and Local One Leadership have spoken against selling OUR summer learning program to the highest bidder!

The School Board has not taken any action to date to support BELL but the District Administrationunethically and without integrity-has moved ahead, challenging employees, parents and community members to fight for their children, students and programs!

Please join us in supporting TRUE public education and
maintaining control of our own programs!

WHERE:  DeJean Middle School

3400 Macdonald Avenue, Richmond

WHEN:    Tuesday, March 15, 2011

TIME:      3:00-5:00 p.m.


  • The United Teachers of Richmond has worked hard over the past months to build a collaborative relationship with the WCCUSD.

  • The United Teachers of Richmond believes in our teachers when it comes to creating the best programs for our kids.
  • The United Teachers of Richmond believes in the power of our teachers and community-wide stakeholders when it comes to doing what is best for the children of our community.



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