PG School Support workers win pay raises
Workers in the Prince George’s County, Maryland, school system will be getting significant raises in January that they wouldn’t have received if they hadn’t stood in solidarity. More than 2,400 members of ACE-AFSCME Local 2250 recently ratified an economic agreement that will result in higher pay for the 6,000 employees covered by that local. “As a newcomer into a union, it was great to see democracy in action,” said Latasha Bacote, a program liaison for three years for the county’s Before and After School Extended Learning Program. “It was great to see the spirit of solidarity and moving forward.” Read more here.
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