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Paso Robles Public Educators

“We tried hard to find a compromise,” explained Jim Lynett, Executive Director of Paso Robles Public Educators (PRPE).

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Paso Robles teachers demand superintendent tell the truth

OPINION By PASO ROBLES TEACHERS UNION After delivering a 97 percent vote of no confidence in Superintendent Dr. Kathleen McNamara at the Feb. 5 meeting of the Paso Robles School Board, teachers plan to return en masse to this Tuesday’s meeting. “Our message this time,” explains history teacher Robert Skinner, “is to be truthful about... (Continue Reading)

Paso Robles educators and administrators at impasse

PRESS RELEASE from PASO ROBLES PUBLIC EDUCATORS On Tuesday, teachers and district officials met with a State Mediator in attempts to resolve the current bargaining impasse. No agreement was reached. “We tried hard to find a compromise,” explained Jim Lynett, Executive Director of Paso Robles Public Educators (PRPE). “At one point we offered to agree... (Continue Reading)