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Steamboat Springs School District member Margaret Huron - Credit: Sherrie Peif

Negotiator’s mom changes tune, votes for raises despite deficit spending

Margaret Huron, the mother of one of the Collective Bargaining Team’s (CBT) negotiators representing the Steamboat Springs Education Association, was the deciding vote after much controversy surrounding her recusing herself from the same vote just a week earlier.

By Sherrie Peif · June 6, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Steamboat Springs
Portion of a flyer mailed to Steamboat School District residents that was paid for with union money. The two women who were evetually elected were supported with more than $40,000 of union funds. Previous Steamboat elections have not exceeded $2,000.

Campaign filings show heavy union involvement in more school districts

Both women amended their filings within two minutes of each other the day after they were due to say the money came from the Public Education Committee instead of CEA President Kerrie Dallman.

By Sherrie Peif · February 4, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Steamboat Springs
File photo: Sherrie Peif

Jeffco recall issues wrapped up just in time to vote

“Just know the fight is on … A recall has to be organized by the community,” JCEA President John Ford said in November of 2014.

By · October 22, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Uncategorized
File photo: Todd Shepherd

Union funding reaching new heights in Steamboat

The Colorado Education Association (CEA) donated $3,500 to two Steamboat Springs Board of Education candidates they hope will flip the reform tide in Steamboat Springs.

By Sherrie Peif · October 16, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Elections, K-12 Transparancy, Sherrie Peif, Steamboat Springs
Adams 12 may change the way state teacher union employees are paid

Adams 12 may change the way state teacher union employees are paid

“We’ve made a determination they are doing an end run around the benefits…”

By Sherrie Peif · October 6, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Jeffco, PERA, Politics, Uncategorized
File photo - Todd Shepherd

CEA involvement means Thompson negotiations about to get uglier

Collective bargaining this year in Thompson School District already has gotten downright ugly as the board attempts to provide more specific guidance to its negotiating team. With the Colorado Education Association directly entering the fray, it looks like things are about to get even uglier.

By Ross Izard · April 22, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · Education, Featured, Ross Izard, Thompson