Month: December 2016

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Pima labor definition in dispute

December 8, 2016

By EDDIE CELAYA A mundane topic of labor discussions has evolved into a sharp point of conten- tion between Pima Community College and its three largest employee organiza- tions. The disagreement centers around a process called “meet and confer.” Pima Community College Education As- sociation Vice President Matej Boguszak said in an email that meet […]

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PCC, former instructor reach settlement

December 8, 2016

By EDDIE CELAYA Former chemistry instructor David Katz has been awarded nearly $150,000 after a judge ruled his due process was violated by Pima Community College and high-level administrators. A settlement agreement lays out legal guidelines for both sides to follow and con- stitutes the “full settlement and discharge of all claims.” Katz, who was […]

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What are Values of a Two-Year School.

December 3, 2016

Enhanced education and learning within this country is immediately becoming a need with the organization team rather then an extravagance. On the previous the individuals who had a secondary university coaching still had the chance to manufacture a superior earth for on their own and their families. These times are rather quickly turning into an […]

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