Tuesday, June 02, 2009
NJ School Districts Face Hike in Health Care Costs. Which Means...
The Star-Ledger has reported that health insurance premiums for more than 250 school districts in New Jersey could increase by as much as 20 percent next year.
So this means that the teachers will just pay a bit more for their health care coverage, right?
According to New Jersey Education Association spokesman Steve Baker, the premium increase probably won't require teachers to pay more because most employee contracts prevent that.