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Teachers And Contra Costa Office Of Education Reach Contract Agreement


The Contra Costa County School Educators Association and the Contra Costa County Office of Education reached a tentative contract agreement Thursday evening.

The Office of Education said, once ratified, the two-year agreement gives CCCSEA members a 6 percent raise retroactive to July 1, 2023, and a 1 percent raise effective on July 1, 2024.

The office said tentative settlement ensures CCCOE teachers remain the highest compensated public school educators in Contra Costa County.

“I am pleased that we were able to bring these negotiations to an end. This agreement increases the compensation for our hardworking certificated employees while ensuring that this agency remains fiscally sound,” said county superintendent of schools Lynn Mackey in a statement.


A provision in the agreement allows the salary for 2024-25 to be renegotiated if the funded statutory cost of living adjustment is greater than 2 percent.

The parties also agreed to create ad hoc committees to finalize a written document outlining student intake procedures for Golden Gate Community School and CCCOE’s special education programs. The final procedures are slated to be completed by December 31, 2024.

The tentative agreement must now be ratified by a vote of bargaining unit members.


Original G May 18, 2024 - 1:01 PM - 1:01 PM

Grades K thru 3 should get hazard pay.
Great Grandson home sick again, is gonna end up with a fantastic immune system.
Little guy has been sick for three days and whatever it is, teacher is out sick too.

domo May 19, 2024 - 7:55 AM - 7:55 AM

6% retroactive on top of a huge raise year before last and an open ended 2% cola – we know it won’t be only2% – open checkbook ….. and how many non-teaching days? Calif education used to be in the top5 of the country now the bottom 5 – good example why

Fed Up May 19, 2024 - 9:44 AM - 9:44 AM

Another case of not getting what we pay for.


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