DENVER – Denver Public Faculties and the Denver Classroom Academics Affiliation union have reached a brand new, 5-yr contract that provides each instructor within the district a increase.
The 2 teams reached an settlement early Friday after months of negotiations. The earlier contract expired at midnight.
As a part of the brand new contract, each instructor may have their base pay elevated by $1,four hundred within the 2017-18 faculty yr.
The brand new contract additionally provides an additional planning day to subsequent yr’s calendar and prevents 10 minutes at first and finish of every day from being counted as planning time. The settlement additionally states that the district and the union will create a joint process pressure to work on “entire baby” insurance policies and proposals.
“Because of the power of DPS mother and father, academics and SSPs, we have been capable of get to an settlement that furthers our dedication to creating the faculties Denver college students deserve,” stated DCTA President Henry Roman. “Denver academics and SSPs are a number of the most dedicated and gifted professionals within the nation, and it’s really an honor to work with them. We sit up for additional collaboration with the district on these essential points.”
The Denver Public Faculties board and DCTA members nonetheless need to log off on the settlement, after which the contract will take impact.