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Principals ratify contract that includes big salary and health-care concessions

By the Notebook on Mar 17, 2014 04:18 PM

by Kevin McCorry for NewsWorks

Members of the union representing Philadelphia School District principals have ratified a new three-year contract that includes significant salary and health-care concessions.

The deal will save the District $20 million over the life of the agreement.

Of members who cast ballots, 83 percent voted to ratify.

The new contract will take most District administrators from a 12-month schedule to a 10-month schedule, cutting their base salaries by about 16 percent.

Philadelphia principals used to start at $124,900 and top out at $149,900; that will change to $97,000 to $124,900.

Assistant principals used to start at $106,000 and top out at $133,000. Now it will range from $88,500 to $110,000.

"We're making extraordinary concessions, and that's difficult," said Robert McGrogan, president of Commonwealth Association of School Administrators (CASA). "The decision, basically, was a responsible and selfless one from administrators that will help change the financial trajectory of the District."

CASA's more than 450 members include principals, assistant principals, and non-administrative positions such as school police sergeants.

All principals and assistant principals going from a 12-month schedule to a 10-month schedule will be eligible to work 15 days in August to make up some of their lost base salary.

Ten of these days will be for summer reorganization and five for professional development. In the contract that just expired, administrators were expected to work all 22 days in August, a month in which vacation was disallowed. This work time was covered by administrators' year-round salaries. 

Exactly how much an administrator can earn in August will be determined by position. Principals on the top end of the pay scale can make back $8,500 this year.

In the second year of the deal, the District is only guaranteeing 13 days in August; in the third year, 10 days.

Breaking it down for this year, principals and APs will see an average salary reduction of about 11 percent after taking August pay into account.

As examples:

A principal at the top end of the pay scale had been earning $149,900. The new deal sets their base pay at $124,900. Counting the $8,500 in August pay, the principal will in total earn $133,400.  This reduction of $16,500 represents a roughly 11 percent decrease in total earnings.

An assistant principal on the bottom end of the pay scale had been earning $106,287. The new deal sets base pay at $88,570. The AP will be eligible to make an additional $6,150 by working 15 days in August, creating a total earnings of $94,720. This reduction of $11,567 also shows an 11 percent decrease in total earnings.

Principals at the District-led turnaround schools, known as Promise Academies, will stay at a 12-month pay schedule.

The agreement freezes across-the-board salary increases for three years. However, eligible employees will receive a "half-step" pay bump on Jan. 1, 2016, and another on Aug. 31, 2016.

Effectively, this gives eligible CASA members a 1.5 percent pay increase twice over the life of the deal.

A joint District-CASA committee will develop a new performance-based compensation system to replace the existing one. CASA members must be rated "proficient" or "distinguished" in performance evaluations to be eligible for a raise.

Administrators will also have to pay into their health care for the first time. Effective July 1, CASA members will begin paying a 7 percent share of their premiums. By the final year of the contract, they will pay 8 percent.

Most of the other terms of the contract will be applied retroactively to Sept. 1, 2013. The change from a 12-month to 10-month pay schedule will be made retroactive to March 1, 2014 – a major sticking point in recent negotiations that McGrogan says saved money for his members and helped "build a financial bridge ... sturdy enough for us to walk across."

CASA members will see salary reductions in their next paychecks.

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Comments (62)

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 5:58 pm
Shame on CASA members. Nothing but wusses. Your affirmative vote help put the nail on the coffin for the workers in the SDP. The PFT leaders don''t get a pass they still need to negotiate a decent CBA Let Jordan know this
Submitted by anon (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:00 pm
hard to believe that 83% of the union bought into the lament that there is no money, period. stock market makes new highs daily. skyscrapers going up all over town. corporate profits at historical highs. the rich are pulling in money so quick, they can't stop to count it. but no money available for principals and teachers. a sad day indeed. you folks got hosed.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 7:31 pm
Where is the money? Or rather who gets the tax increase? 3 tax increases to fund schools. $5 billion in unfunded city pension debt. That's nearly $10k in future tax increases for every job in the city. And that's on top of what is already the worst in the US city tax burden. You have to be a fool to believe the city can give everyone the raises by taxing the "rich", who can very easily move 5 miles to avoid being milked by Philly's filthy incompetent government. I don't mind paying taxes, but at least want something somewhat honest & competent in return. As for all that construction, if it weren't for the tax abatement most of it would disappear as well too along with all the other tax revenue it brings in.
Submitted by Overworked/underpaid Principal (not verified) on March 17, 2014 7:46 pm
Today, I am ashamed to be a Teamster. I am dropping my 1% into my bank account. Bye, bye, CASA, there is no need for you now. Cowards.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 10:52 pm
I concur!!!!! Can't believe our union agreed to this crap. The bus drivers will get a better contract than CASA. Rob needs to clear out his office and go teach kindergarten. SRC and Hite played him like a darn fiddle.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 10:28 pm
Folks, don't blame your leaders. 83% of you voted YES today. You had a choice.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 6:11 am
So the bus drivers can't have a better contract than Principals? I guess we should make sure teachers get less than Principals too. That keeps everything in order and everyone in their place. Shows your true colors. A bit elitist, huh?
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 10:16 pm
Not elitist at all given that a principal's job now includes counselor, nurse, floor support,safety patrol teacher, instructional leader, accountant, secretary...hell some are even in the kitchen. We do everything BUT drive the bus. Take on the job for an hour. Let's see how "elitist" you feel.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 12:51 pm
Don't insult kindergarten teachers like that, we do our job.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:58 pm
Fine for them...not for us. I don's care about the principals, I care about teachers. Union meeting Wed. at Girls High. Be there.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:13 pm
Assistant Principals? How many of them are still laid off?
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:29 pm
37!!!!!! Dr Ackerman isn't looking so bad is she??? Be careful what you ask for. You all wanted her team gone and look what you have ended up with???? Hite is going to destroy this system.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 7:00 pm

What's weird is Ackerman misspent all that money, I believe, as a strategy to sink the district into this manufactured crises, where both Dems and Reps can hang there hat on the guise "We don't have money and the union has to be destroyed, in order to fairly serve the children of Philadelphia." All the pieces are in place for a slam dunk. Corbett is your Governor, who is pro charter, Obama is pro charter, Ed Secretary  Basketball Player is pro charter, Zogby runs a charter job, NCLB and Race to the Top also are designed to dismantle pub. ed. also. Everything is aligned. Act 46 is sealing our fates, and supposedly even though it is unconstitutional, the Gov. can do whatever he wants with it. I guess our union dues are enough for pay to play politics because we can't buy off a very influential politician.

Submitted by Actinup (not verified) on March 17, 2014 11:21 pm
Ackerman set the stage for this mess. To say we should have kept is absurd. She was bad news even before she came here.
Submitted by Headstart teacher (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:48 pm
No one is offering teachers 2 months less work for their reduced salary proposal! Nor are they offering 1/2 of August at additional salary to teachers. We are being offered an even rawer deal. They must think we are desperate or dumb. The SRC can pucker up and plant one where I sit because I refuse to work more for less!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 6:52 pm
and I refuse to work the same for less!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 7:38 pm
You might want to look into to teaching in Washington state, you'll be paid much less but you'll probably be treated like a human being with dignity, plus they declared charters unconstitutional too. I think most of colleagues think otherwise. They're to busy watching dancing with the stars and planning their next vacation to actually give a crap about what's going on!
Submitted by union member (not verified) on March 18, 2014 7:12 am
. "The decision, basically, was a responsible and selfless one from administrators that will help change the financial trajectory of the District." Last week McGrogan said that his members would be forced to sign the contract because they were begin threatened by Green and the SRC with having something worse imposed on them. The administrators did not make a decision to contribute to the school district any more than 32BJ did. They were coerced. Shame on McGrogan for selling out his members, and for repeating the district's lie that these forced concessions are some kind of voluntary contribution from union members.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 8:42 am
No where do I see a report of how many actually voted.
Submitted by Philly Admin (not verified) on March 18, 2014 2:34 pm
No need to worry about CASA's vote.. If you are PFT, worry about your own fate..
Submitted by inthetrenches (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:07 am
This AM on WHYY the reporter stated money from the $20 million over 3 years would go to early childhood education, debt service and Hite's Action Plan. So, staff are underwriting debt incurred by the SRC. How corporate is that ?
Submitted by Poogie (not verified) on March 17, 2014 7:57 pm
Why isn't Jerry Jordon pointing out that this is a 16% work schedule cut in return or a 15% pay cut which is a 1% pa raise. Throw in the extra days in August and we have a 2%-3% Pay increase. Why the silence Jerry? CASA has just knee capped the PFT and not even a whimper? We pay how much in dues for this ineffective non response? Both I and the whole world wonder what value PFT members are getting for their dues??
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 8:45 pm
Ummmm - Jordan is President of PFT, not CASA. He's negotiating the PFT contract, not CASA's. Duh!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 9:50 pm
The point is this Principal contract is a setup to say the Principal's took a cut, now it's the teachers' turn. As other comments have said, they didn't take a pay cut. They returned to be 10 month employees, which will reduce their salary, but it is not the same as a cut. The SRC wants the teachers to work MORE hours AND take a pay cut.
Submitted by Poogie (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:35 am
Thanks for trying to explain to Jerry what my comment meant. From his comment he appears even more clueless than I thought.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:50 am
Jerry Jordan is always silent-even when it pertains to PFT members.That's why the union is so weak he doesn't let his voice be heard enough. At the meeting on March 17, we know the drill that Jordan will present to members. He will say that his hands are tied and this is the best proposal with some type of pay cut plus health bfts. concessions. CASA voting for that ridiculous contract they did, was the warm up for Jordan to try to ease a worthless contract down members throats. He makes his job easier to just get this done.He has done this sort of thing for so many years. The only contract Jordan ought to be proposing is a one year annual wage freeze (only one year), a modest health car cost sharing premium, step raises stay attached with it going retroactively back to Sept. 2013, and no work rules changes including seniority. That would be a fair contract for both sides.None of that other crap the SDP have proposed. Tell Jordan and Weingarten (she has her paws in this contract so let her know too) get some guts and do the right thing ,not the passive thing of just trying to substantiate why a lame contract is necessary. Email address of Jordan ,Weingarten
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 11:04 am
Jerry Jordan is taking orders from Weingarten. She will push though a sellout just like she did for the Newark teachers. She is front for Gates and Broad.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 11:01 pm
No principal I know has EVER worked ONLY 10 months.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 8:12 pm
I agree. Jordan doesn't need to comment on CASA's contract.
Submitted by George Bezanis (not verified) on March 17, 2014 9:55 pm
Meanwhile, President Brown of TWU Local 234 accuses SEPTA of insulting his workers and trying to instigate a strike. "After reading SEPTA's proposals, I have come to the conclusion that one of two things are happening," Brown wrote to SEPTA chief labor relations officer Stephanie Deiger. "Either SEPTA wants to provoke a strike or you have slipped and bumped your head. Whatever the case may be, your proposal is no good for my members or the riding public." What are these horrible proposals that SEPTA is presenting to its bus drivers and other employees? Concessions that, as the TWU clams on its website, ought to "make your BLOOD BOIL!" ??? If SEPTA has their way, TWU members will get a raise EVERY year ($1000 bonus plus 6% by 2018) in exchange for an increase in healthcare contributions from 1%, slowly over four years, to 2.5%. You can view SEPTA's unacceptable proposals to TWU here: Meanwhile, you know what the District urged its educators to take.... CASA has already caved in, we cannot let this happen to the PFT. Thankfully, there is a new caucus, the Working Educators, who can push the PFT leadership in the right direction. Mark my words, if WE and the entire PFT don't make our stand in the near future, THE EDUCATORS OF THIS CITY WILL SOON BE EARNING LESS THAN ITS BUS DRIVERS!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 9:31 pm
Don't care about SEPTA, I am PFT.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 10:21 pm
What makes my blood boil is septa fare increases. And the twu going on strike every contract without fail. You arent oppressed. Youre greedy.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 11:53 pm
Typical short sighted selfishness in our culture today!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 12:22 am
Shortsighted? Observing that fares go up by more than the ability of people to pay for it. Killing their customers, at least those who can't afford cars, every 3 or 4 years with a strike? That there are plenty of people willing able to do that job? They can't even blame Corbett. Corbett raised taxes by over $1 billion to pay for more transportation funding. Sure, more highways than mass transit I would prefer. Corbett claims it is not a tax increase because it is removes a cap on tax price cap on petroleum distributors, lol. As if it isn't the same as increasing the gas tax. The right thing to do IMO. Unless the money is squandered feeding into an already well paid workforce. The TWU wants to steal from the people/. Enabled by Philly pols too scared by hostage taking saboteurs to run the trains and buses with the MANY MANY qualified people who would do it for a reasonable rate. Screw the TWU. Thieves.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 12:40 pm
But ridership is higher than it has been in a decade? Guess the market speaks.
Submitted by Morrie Peters (not verified) on March 17, 2014 10:42 pm
Do any of you know how much Ackerman was paying this crew? The were and are WELL compensated. You do not need AP's in the summer at all. This is a market correction by the numbers crew- who have impressed thus far. Read the Broad manual. One of the very first steps in this current assault on the base tenet of any democracy- an educated electorate- is to pay Middle Managers a lot of green and Ackerman did this in spades. Hitler was a big proponent as well as our friends the Bush's, the Kochs, the Gates, the Buffets and the rest of the selfish cretins. Everybody take a deep breath and relax. No Public Education- No Democracy, No Democracy, No America...enjoy the Spirit of our brothers and sisters still living on the occupied lands of the Emerald Isle...cheers!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 17, 2014 10:00 pm
Yep the Principals are wusses. They should of gone on strike, shut the schools down, and cripple the SDP. Schools would collapse without their principals, in about two or three years!
Submitted by Strike now! (not verified) on March 17, 2014 11:38 pm
If the principals had gone on strike who would have noticed? Teachers keep the schools running while the district shuffles principals back and forth. Teachers go on strike the schools shut down and then the city.
Submitted by ConcernedRoxParent (not verified) on March 18, 2014 7:59 am
And with these kinds of statements you think you will have the backing of the parents?
Submitted by Headstart teacher (not verified) on March 17, 2014 11:04 pm
No one has challenged act 46 yet - except the charters! How messed up is that???????
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 8:36 am
Not True. The PFT challenged Act 46 when it came out, however, because a contract was successfully negotiated before the "trial date", the Supreme Court decided that no "harm" was done and did not hear the case.
Submitted by Headstart Teacher (not verified) on March 18, 2014 1:05 pm
what i meant was the application as in forcing us to accept a contract and not allowing us to strike
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 1:13 pm
That's what the current situation is all about. The District is threatening to impose a Contract and the PFT, by showing up every day at the negotiations table and playing by the rules by filing grievances, is saying, I dare you and we will see you in court.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 8:59 pm
Wishful thinking but the PFT does not execute grievances. So filing out a piece of paper does not mean diddly squat .As for court name the last time the PFT leaders took anything to court, or even arbitration? Jordan could have taken them to arbitration, court, or PLRB,about negotiating in good faith already-nope too much trouble for the officials at PFT. In addition, showing up at the bargaining table, doing nothing ,is not helping members.Use that energy and execute grievances , go to arbitration cases, go to court -something than just sit at a table talking about your family, sports, what you did last night, or where you are going for vacation, lunch, dinner or some other carefree,useless topic. Get the ball rolling.Tell Hite and the SRC , as they did to you, members are getting frustrated and negotiate, in good faith, a fair contract. Email Jordan,Kirsch, and Weingarten and give them a piece of your mind.You know you will be ignored on Wed. at the meeting.So email them and let them know what's up. Email addresses:
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 10:49 am
No, it's called eveyone who is in disagreeemnt with Jordan, Kirsch, Weingarten need to speak up and rush the podium beofre his "plants" rush it and start saying they vote to approve whatever Jordan says. It's your union. I would hope you all just don't stand there and do nothing like last time!! Tell Kirsch to shut his mouth and that it is your union!!!
Submitted by matthew (not verified) on March 18, 2014 12:26 am
Paraphrase from former PSD principal - I'd vote 'yes' to that contract in a minute. It's got almost everything principals have been asking for in it. Most of the principals never wanted to become 12 month employees in the first place. It'll hurt a bit after having gotten used to an increased salary, but really they're just adjusting back to how things were before that (generally unwanted) change.
Submitted by inthetrenches (not verified) on March 18, 2014 3:49 am
Administrators want the 10 month contract. They aren't taking a hit. They aren't taking home papers to grades. They aren't up early writing lesson plans. The health insurance contribution is a hit but we know that is inevitable. As teachers, we need to stand firm - no pay cut. No additional hours without getting paid. (We already have very long days...) Hite can let his PR machine role is any way he wants. (Then Newsworks will do a PR story for Gleason.)
Submitted by Philly Admin (not verified) on March 18, 2014 12:21 pm
We are ALL in the trenches! No SDP job is an easy one! Principals may not be "taking home papers to grade" or "writing lesson plans". Many of us are acting as the school nurse in a building that does not have one full time. Don't be surprised if you meet the principal at the front desk when the secretary is absent or on her lunch. When those small orders of toner or paper need to be ordered guess who's responsibility it is get the job done because there is no school operations officer?? Oh.. And let's not forget those students who need "counseling services" in a building with a part time counselor. In addition to the obvious jobs concerning climate/safety and instructional leadership. Less work?? Yeah, right... Smh...
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:01 am
I'm a PFT member and CASA did what they had to do. I get that. They were moving to 10 month anyways. They had their 4 year run and maxed out their top 3 years for retirement purposes. What they did and what we (PFT) do are completely different. Their pay cut comes with extra time off. You can cut my salary by 20 percent if you are willing to cut my time working by the same amount. That's what CASA did. They cant cut PFT's work hours and we won't take less money to work more. The only thing this does is allow people who are clueless to say, the administrators took a cut, the teachers should too. Most of the principals will also get paid a couple extra weeks in August for Re-organization. And some will get money to work various summer programs. PFT will also be paying in to health care. We should all understand that that is happening. As a union, we need to avoid getting killed on this contract and just hold tight until we have new leadership in the city and the State. That's the bottom line, we need to be in line with the other unions in the city and have say in who is our next Mayor and Governor. That's the only way we can save our jobs and our kids in the interim. Stop backing any Democrat because they are Democrat (Nutter) and start backing the people who will help our kids, our schools and our communities.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 11:35 am
Why doesn't labor and the community start organization their own candidates free of machine politics?
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 3:03 pm
Duh. Labor IS machine politics. That's why we have more city workers now than 1960 when there were half a million more taxpayers. Problem is since the state stopped letting council dump hundreds of patronage jobs on the district, schools and therefore pft is at the bottom of the machine priority list. Right behind pgw workers apparently. The bill has come due for the promises every pol made to labor for the last 40 years has made and there's not enough to go around.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 10:37 am
Apparently you have not heard that the retirement plan will will be based on the last 5 years of work and NOT the three highest years. This will also wipe out many future sabbaticals. If you take off because of illness in the family, you will loose big time, even bigger if you take off using the federal family leave act. If your health causes you to take a medical leave, you will loose very big time. Take heed.
Submitted by inthetrenches (not verified) on March 19, 2014 11:10 am
Where is this in writing?
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 20, 2014 6:07 am
This hasn't past any legislation and it's speculative at best. Most principals got their retirement 3 years and many are going out this year anyways. The district will lose good principals this year and Casa will Be weaker because of it. Anybody even remotely close to retiring will go because their retirement checks padded with the money they made the last 3 years will be more than their current salaries. No brainer here. Then they will go and consult with Charters on the side. It's all a game and everybody knows the players and the goals.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 21, 2014 2:28 pm
Good Principals??? Seriously did you read the list of Principals in this city- it's gross. It's a who ya know gets the job....mostly they are sucking up- they can't get jobs in the suburbs...please!!
Submitted by Morrie Peters (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:08 am
Amen to the above anonymous, eponymous comment.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 18, 2014 9:30 pm
"The agreement freezes across-the-board salary increases for three years. However, eligible employees will receive a "half-step" pay bump on Jan. 1, 2016, and another on Aug. 31, 2016."....all of these comments and yet no one seemed to pick up on it.... I don't begrudge any admin. Do not want the job. Like teaching enough to stay however, there is a difference with an admin....vs. the teacher in the room. We are expected to handle as many if not all the problems IN the room and NOT to call on the office.... It is a case of hard times for all involved in the SDP not just admins vs. PFT. The duty of answering the phone, the door, counseling etc. should be grounds enough for the school faculty with admin to join forces with the staff/PFT and go to the press TOGETHER about the effects of lack of staff. Linda K.
Submitted by Joe K. (not verified) on March 19, 2014 12:24 pm
Yes, the Principals are being used and abused too PLUS, they're being used as torpedoes against the teachers to keep the divide and conquer strategy in place. In a perfect world, both groups, you are right, should join together and fight the tyranny not join into it to their own demise.
Submitted by Taxpayer (not verified) on March 19, 2014 3:23 pm
This is great news and will help to get the SDP on a more sustainable financial path. Now it is time for the PFT to agree to concessions. They are the only ones left who haven't sacrificed yet.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2014 11:44 pm
Please......just hush unless you have bought clothes, food and supplies for 30 kids who are not your immediate relatives because you could not stand to work and watch those kids do without using your own salary..... Linda K.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 21, 2014 7:14 am
Reading these comments make me sick; PFT & CASA has allowed the SRC to use both group to attack each other when both unions are in the same boat. It should not be PFT vs CASA, both group better start working together because its an attack on unions period. Everyone who works in our schools are important and we better start speaking like it and acting like it. Stop these attacks on each other and focus on saving public education. Retired Principal
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