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Denver Public Schools
2 hours ago
Denver teachers vote to strike in push for higher pay
Because of state rules, Monday is the earliest a Denver strike could start.
Updated 5 hours ago
Teachers union continues voting on possible Denver strike
A Denver strike would affect roughly 71,000 students in Colorado's largest school district.
voices of the vote
January 20, 2019
Meet Denver teachers who voted yes to a strike, no to a strike — and just aren’t sure
The decision is not always black and white for many teachers, regardless of where they ultimately land.
Updated January 19, 2019
Talks collapse, Denver teachers to vote on strike
Denver is on the cusp of its first teacher strike in 25 years
Updated January 18, 2019
Liveblog: Follow Denver’s teacher pay negotiations here
Denver Public Schools administrators and Denver Classroom Teachers Association, the teachers union, are scheduled to meet all day Thursday and Friday, if necessary, to try…
strike vote looming
Updated January 16, 2019
Denver district, board members frame teacher contract negotiations as debate over values
There are two days of negotiations scheduled before a potential strike vote on Saturday.
Updated January 15, 2019
‘The reckoning has come’: Denver teachers union takes a hard line in negotiations
The two sides spent more time apart than at the negotiating table Tuesday.
January 14, 2019
Denver’s window for choosing schools opens Tuesday
The district especially encourages families with children going into kindergarten, sixth, and ninth grade to fill out a choice form.
January 11, 2019
We asked 3 Denver teachers why they’re ready to strike. Here’s what they said.
“Nobody wants to go on strike. ... But it feels like it’s the only option at this point.”
January 10, 2019
Denver teachers threaten a strike at month’s end; district plans to keep schools open
“We know the possibility of a strike is unsettling for families,” Superintendent Susana Cordova wrote.
January 9, 2019
Denver has 1 administrator for every 7.5 instructional staff — far above state average
While Denver has always had more administrators than the statewide average, data show the district has gotten more top-heavy over time.
January 7, 2019
On her first day as Denver superintendent, Susana Cordova visits the school where she was a student
Cordova assumed the role of superintendent of Denver Public Schools on Monday, making her the top boss of Colorado’s largest school district.
January 4, 2019
Why Denver isn’t seeking any new schools
The strategy departs from the "portfolio model" of managing schools.
January 3, 2019
After modest results, Denver officials looking at ways to bolster school integration pilot
“It’s done what a pilot is supposed to do. You launch a pilot to teach you how to go more and more to scale in more effective ways.”
December 19, 2018
‘We want to be held accountable:’ These school sign language interpreters want to unionize
“The students we work with are some of the most vulnerable in the district."
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