Determining the Future of ProComp
The Union has repeatedly warned that, if the Government continues its strategy of below-inflation pay awards for teachers, thereby cutting the real value of pay and reducing its competitiveness, teacher supply problems will persist and the quality of education provision will decline.
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The new stronger links to performance and individualised pay decisions have led to many teachers being denied progression, often on spurious or even discriminatory grounds.
Nearly 10 years after Denver voters approved funding to launch the Professional Compensation System for Teachers, the partners who helped create the groundbreaking pay plan are considering its future. Denver Public Schools, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and Rose Community Foundation are beginning a series of conversations with our educators and our community about what ProComp should look like moving forward.