Denver teachers union rejects latest offer from school district
Following negotiations Thursday evening, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association rejected the latest offer from the Denver Public School District.
The district and union bargaining members met at 5 p.m. Thursday at the DPS Acoma Campus. During negotiations, the Denver Public School District proposed adding $3 million to the deal during the 2020-2021 school year by eliminating 100 positions in the central office. DPS said its new proposal would have committed an estimated $50 million in teacher increases over three years.
The teachers union responded by calling the new negotiations a “waste of time.”