DENVER (AP) — Denver teachers are planning to strike Monday for the first time in 25 years after failed negotiations with the school district over base pay. The teachers union and Denver Public Schools met Saturday in an attempt to reach a new contract after more than a year of negotiations, but both sides left disappointed. Teachers plan to picket around the city beginning Monday as the district tries to keep schools open by staffing them with administrators and substitutes. ASSOCIATED PRESS Denver teachers are planning to strike on Monday after failed negotiations with the school district over base pay. The teachers’ union says 93 percent of its members backed a strike in a vote last month.
Source: Huffington Post February 11, 2019 06:33 UTC