Here is the Courier Times' take on what I reported earlier this week . . .
The teachers union hasn't revealed its contract offer, but the school board says the union refuses to pay anything toward health care premiums.
After a second meeting following several months of silence, there is still no progress being made in negotiations between the Neshaminy school board and teachers union, officials said.
Both sides met in the middle of last week with a newly appointed state mediator, but "not a whole lot happened," said board President Ritchie Webb.
Louise Boyd, president of the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers, concurred that there's "really nothing going on at all." She declined further comment.
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