Academics in Colorado’s capital are planning to strike Monday for the primary time in 25 years after failed negotiations with the varsity district over base pay.
The academics union and Denver Public Faculties met Saturday in an attempt to succeed in a brand new contract after greater than a yr of negotiations, however each side left dissatisfied.
The Denver Classroom Academics Affiliation released a press release after the assembly saying the district’s proposal lacks transparency and “pushes for failed incentives for some over significant base wage for all.”
“We’ll strike Monday for our students and for our career, and perhaps then DPS will get the message and return to the bargaining table with a critical proposal aimed toward fixing the instructor turnover crisis in Denver,” stated Henry Roman, president of the academics union.
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Meanwhile, faculties Superintendent Susana Cordova stated she was “extraordinarily disillusioned” that the union walked away from the desk as an alternative of continuous to work towards an settlement.
“We introduced an updated proposal that responds to what we heard from our academics, aligns to our values of fairness and retention … and significantly increases the base pay for all of our educators,” Cordova stated.
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