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Some claims from DPS and teachers union need more context ahead of potential strike
DENVER – As the Denver Classroom Teachers Association prepares for a second round of voting on a possible strike from Denver Public Schools, the Problem Solvers are checking claims made by both sides for accuracy. After 10 hours of negotiations on Friday, DPS and DCTA walked away from stalled negotiations. Teachers still want more money than the district is offering.