Denver Teachers To Strike

DENVER (Reuters) - Several thousand Denver public school teachers were expected to walk off the job on Monday in the first strike in Colorado’s largest school district in 25 years. The school district planned to keep schools open by staffing classes with substitute teachers and administration staff. “Faced with a smoke-and-mirrors proposal that continues to lack transparency and pushes for failed incentives for some over meaningful base salary for all, the DCTA strike will commence for the schools Denver students deserve,” the union, which represents 5,650 teachers, said in a statement.

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