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DCTA Official Proposals 2017

Click on the following links to read our full proposals to the District:   Proposals Made Aug. 31, 2017 DPS Response 345 DPS response to DCTA proposal DCTA Package of Proposals 8-31-17   Proposals Made July 25, 2017 Article 5 Article 6 Article 11 Article 13   Proposals Made July 24, 2017 Article 10 Articles 24 &...

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Tentative Agreements

Click the links below to read the Tentative Agreeements signed by the Association and the District:   Summary of Changes in DCTA Master Agreement   Articles 1 through 5 Articles 6 through 9 Articles 10 through 12 Articles 13 through 20 Articles 21 through 29 Articles 30 through 33 MOUs and Financial Agreement...

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DCTA Announces Endorsements For DPS Board of Education

DENVER (Aug. 2, 2017) – The Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) today announced its candidate endorsements for the Denver Public Schools Board of Education election on November 7.   “We have had great discussions with all the candidates, which made for some tough decisions,” DCTA President Henry...

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Official DPS Proposals

Click the links below to read DPS Proposals to DCTA:   Proposed July 25, 2017 Article 12 Counter   Proposed July 24, 2017 Article 1 Counter Article 5 Counter Article 6 Counter Article 11 Counter Article 13 Counter   Proposed June 22, 2017 Article 1 Counter Article 2 Counter Article 3 Counter Article 6 Counter Article 7 Counter Article 9...

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Sunday, June 18, 2017: Denver PrideFest Parade

Denver PrideFest Parade Sunday, June 18, 8:30am Cheesman Park Franklin Street & E 8th Avenue March with DCTA as we celebrate diversity and embrace LGBTQ pride!   On Sunday, June 18 the annual Coors Light PrideFest Parade starts in Cheesman Park and makes its way west down Colfax Avenue directly to...

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017: Compensation

Compensation Tuesday, May 30, 2017, 5pm North High School Sandoval Lecture Hall (B243), 2nd Floor   DPS Says It Heard Teacher Concerns; Compensation Proposal Says Otherwise   Public Bargaining on May 30 started off with a bang. In front of a crowd of roughly 71 teachers and community members, and another...

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