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Experienced D181 administrator chosen to lead elementary school pending board approval on August 25.
Hinsdale High School Teachers Association and Dist. 86 school board issue joint statement.
Hinsdale High School Teachers Association "fights back" Dist. 86 board's "glossy mailer of factual errors" with quick start guide.
D86 parent writes: "Great institutions lead the way; they do not follow others. "
Statement by Hinsdale High School Teachers Association urges Dist. 86 school board to end the media stunts.
Resident says Hinsdale High School Teachers Association following hard core strategies in contract negotiations.
Image of ax inadvertently appears on Facebook story link about the Hinsdale high school teacher contract negotiations.
Opinion: Former Hinsdale Central student credits high school teachers with her success today.
Hinsdale high school teachers call Dist. 86 board's offer to give up lockout right a "publicity stunt" after Tuesday's bargaining session.
Dist. 86 board says it will take union lockout option off table if Hinsdale high school teachers agree not to strike during school year.
Opinion: Dist. 86 board is being fiscally responsible with taxpayers' money while continuing high standards in education, Clarendon Hills resident says.
"Students deserve to start the year as scheduled, on time," president of Hinsdale High School Teachers Association says.
Opinion: Parent commends D86 board for holding the line on costs.
The two sides meet Tuesday to negotiate a new contract for the district's teachers.
In a press conference Monday, district officials outline the contract terms it wants, as well as their hope for how the bargaining process unfolds.
Hinsdale high school teachers' contract expires, three more mediated bargaining sessions scheduled in July.
Bargaining sessions for new Hinsdale high school teachers' contract resume Thursday.
Words get heated on both sides in ongoing Hinsdale high school teacher contract negotiations as expiration date looms.
Residents' letters to the community press and opinion editorials regarding ongoing contract negotiations between the Hinsdale High School Teachers Association and District 86.