150 Jobs & Central Office Bonuses Could Be Cut In DPS Bargaining


STOPPED BREATHING. CPR WAS PERFORMED, THE MAN WAS TAKEN TO A HOSPITAL, WHERE HE DIED, THE OTHER MEN ARE COOPERATING.>DENVER TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS HAVE RESUMED NEGOTIATIONS IN HOPES OF AVERTING A STRIKE, ON MONDAY, THEY HAVE BEEN TALKING SINCE 1:00 THIS AFTERNOON, THE DISAGREEMENTS ARE OVER PAY INCREASES AND BONUSES FOR TEACHERS IN HIGH POVERTY SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLS THAT THE DISTRICT CONSIDERS A PRIORITY, THE TEACHERS WANT LOWER BONUSES TO FREE UP MONEY FOR BETTER OVERALL SALARIES, THE DISTRICT SAYS THE BONUSES ARE KEY TO BOOSTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF POOR AND MINORITY STUDENTS. SOME TEACHERS SAY OVERALL FUNDING FOR SUPPORT SERVICES IN THOSE SCHOOLS IS MORE IMPORTANT. TODAY, THE SUPERINTENDENT PROPOSED CUTTING 150 JOBS FROM

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