The teacher strike in Denver has ended. All DPS schools are open and operating on normal schedules and ECE classes will resume Friday, Feb. 15.
La huelga de maestros en Denver ha finalizado. Todas las escuelas de DPS están abiertas y las clases de precolar reanudarán el viernes, 15 de febrero.
تم إنهاء إضراب المدرّسين بدنفر. جميع مدارس دنفر العامة (DPS) مفتوحة وتعمل وفقًا للجداول الزمنية المعتادة
Cuộc đình công của giáo viên ở Denver đã kết thúc. Tất cả các trường của DPS đều mở cửa hoạt động theo lịch thông thường.
Shaqo-joojinta macallinka ee Denver way dhammaatay. Dhammaan dugsiyada DPS way furnaan doonaa oo waxay ku shaqayn doonaa jadwalkii caadiga ahaa.
በዴንቨር ውስጥ የመምህራን የሥራ ማቆም አድማ አብቅቷል። ሁሉም የDPS ት/ቤቶች ክፍት ሆነው በመደበኛ የጊዜ-ሰሌዳዎቻቸው የሚሠሩ ይሆናሉ።
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Забастовка учителей в Денвере закончилась.Все школы DPS открыты и работают по обычному расписанию.
ဒင္းဗားတြင္ ဆရာ/မမ်ား သပိတ္ေမွာက္ျခင္း ၿပီးဆံုးသြားပါၿပီ။ ဒင္းဗားအစိုးရေက်ာင္းမ်ားအားလံုးကို ဖြင့္လွစ္ထားၿပီး ပံုမွန္အခ်ိန္ဇယားမ်ားအတိုင္း လည္ပတ္ေနပါသည္။
La grève des enseignants à Denver est terminée.Toutes les écoles DPS sont ouvertes et fonctionnent suivant les horaires normaux.
Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association have agreed to extend the current ProComp agreement until Jan. 18, 2019.
ProComp is a taxpayer-funded initiative to ensure professional compensation for Denver educators. First approved in 2005, it now provides an additional $32 million per year in teacher compensation. ProComp amounts to approximately one-tenth of the funding DPS invests in teacher compensation each year.
“Denver Public Schools is absolutely committed to providing our educators with the professional compensation they deserve,” Superintendent Tom Boasberg said in a letter today to DCTA President Henry Roman. See the district’s most recent ProComp proposal here.
“We deeply appreciate the economic challenges all of our educators face given the rising cost of living in Denver,” Boasberg wrote. “While cost of living has been rising, Colorado is still funding Denver and the state’s other school districts at a level over $800 million below what has been needed to keep up with inflation over the last eight years. This is why it is so important we come together to increase state funding.”
During negotiations, Boasberg also shared how hard DPS is working in collaboration with other Colorado superintendents to place a funding measure on the statewide ballot in November.
“The entire purpose of this ballot measure would be to reduce class sizes, improve compensation for educators and provide better supports for all kids,” Boasberg said. “If we are successful in placing this measure before voters and winning their approval, we would, of course, significantly increase compensation for DPS teachers.”
ProComp, a joint effort of DPS and DCTA, was seen as groundbreaking when its funding was approved by Denver voters to support professional compensation for educators. Read how ProComp was launched here. It allows DPS to offer teachers, on average, nearly $7,000 more every year in compensation than the former steps-and-lanes pay system.