Board of Trustees meeting considers alternate outcomes for CFA

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Board of Trustees meeting considers alternate outcomes for CFA

Joel Boland

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The California State University Board of Trustees met in Long Beach on Tuesday and Wednesday this week while the California Faculty Association organized a protest rally outside.

Members of the CFA voted in favor of going on strike if the CSU Board of Trustees didn’t agree to raise faculty salary by 5 percent across the board.

Speaker of the California State Assembly Toni Atkins, who sits on the CSU Board of Trustees, released a statement about the CFA’s fight for a salary increase.

“There is still time to fix things,” said Atkins. “I urge the CSU administration to go back to the bargaining table and find a reasonable resolution that properly values faculty and addresses the fact that faculty need to be better paid.”