(DENVER) — Striking Denver public school teachers could be headed back to classrooms Thursday after reaching a “historic” deal with the school district to boost their pay.
The Denver Classroom Teachers Association declared its three-day strike over on Thursday and members are set to vote on whether to ratify a deal reached with the Denver Public School District.
“This agreement is a win, plain and simple: for our students; for our educators; and for our communities,” said union president Henry Roman, an elementary school teacher, in a statement.
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