ASASP and PG BOE Reach Deal on Salaries in Record Time

The Association of Supervisory and Administrative School Personnel, AFSA Local 109, and the Prince George’s County Board of Education completed negotiations on reopeners for salary in record timejust three months.

Not only did ASASP negotiate cost-of-living adjustments and a step increase for FY20 and FY21, the union was able to secure funding for steps withheld from members during 20102013.

“We were able to work collaboratively with Interim CEO Dr. Monica Goldson and the PGCPS Board of Education to reach agreements that will benefit our members, as well as the students they serve,” stated ASASP Executive Director Doris Reed.

ASASP President Jeffery Parker added “the consideration shown by the administration for its administrators and supervisors should stem the exodus of these qualified professionals.”

Photo: ASASP President Jeffery Parker, Interim CEO Monica Goldson and Executive Director Doris Reed at  the signing of the negotiated agreements for Units II and III.