The current three-year contract with Local 98 was signed by Charles M.
Gibbs, a Center City lawyer who is president of the charter board, and union rep Matthew Pooler, who directs the charter’s co-op program.
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While it is difficult to compare Philadelphia E&T’s health-care expenses with other charter schools, an analysis of financial reports that schools are required to file with the state shows that the average charter spent 18.5 percent of its budget on employee benefits, including pension contributions, in 2014-15.
At Philadelphia E&T, benefits accounted for nearly 30 percent of the budget.
Unlike other city charters, where staffers pay 1 percent of their salaries to an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers Pennsylvania, employees at Philadelphia E&T belong to Local 98.
And salaries at Philadelphia E&T — which are paid by taxpayers — are inflated by 3 percent to cover Local 98 dues.Erin Dougherty, CEO of Philadelphia Electrical & Technical Charter High School, spoke at the final School Reform Commission meeting of the 2016-17 school year in June.Charles Mostoller for the Inquirer In its founding documents, Philadelphia Electrical & Technology Charter High School committed, in part, to providing students the skills needed for “participation in the apprenticeship program offered to qualified individuals by Local 98.” Fifteen years on, it appears the school, founded by Dougherty, business manager of Local 98 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and the union, has fallen short.“The Board of Trustees acknowledged those hardships head-on and committed to ensuring the viability and sustainability of the school.” She said the school had completed an academic turnaround.Pennsylvania law allows charter-school teachers to be represented by unions.An Inquirer/Daily News examination of the charter showed it to be another corner of Dougherty’s sphere of influence.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating