Public school employees should be treated equally

Thursday , March 06, 2014 - 9:13 AM

Burke Larsen, Contributed


Governor Herbert has said that education is a priority with his budget that gives public education a 2 percent increase. Two percent will not pay for legislated retirement cost and health care, which leaves nothing for active public school employees. State employees get 2 percent with retirement and health care funded separately. Two percent means 2 percent for them, which I do not resent.

Public school employees need to be treated equally. Nothing is not a priority.

Burke Larsen


Davis School Board


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