Author:DCTA

Update: DPS’ ‘Let Them Eat Cake’ Moment

District’s ProComp "Plan": Work More Years For Less Pay (Oh, And You Can Still Forget About Planning Your Future)   First things first. Don’t worry about your pay. DPS Superintendent Tom Boasberg, notified teachers via his newsletter this morning that they will continue to be paid and...

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Boasberg: “Not one more dime” for teachers

Comment comes after DCTA recommends an extension to current ProComp Agreement   DENVER – Following preliminary progress during a marathon 15-hour bargaining session, the Denver Classroom Teachers Association advocated signing an extension of the current ProComp Agreement until mid January in order to finalize details on a...

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The Cost of Teaching in DPS

Many Denver educators pay a heavy price in delayed dreams, reduced health care and lowered standards of living to stay in district   Every profession comes with its own pitfalls. But few careers require as much dedication, perseverance and sheer sacrifice as choosing to serve as a...

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The $100,000 Teacher Plan

Above: DCTA's detailed salary schedule for a compensation vision that provides real stability and predictability   DCTA compensation proposal offers teachers the ability to plan a career, creates opportunity for DPS to recruit and retain top professionals   The Denver Classroom Teachers Association unveiled its vision for teacher compensation...

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DCTA To Unveil Compensation Proposal

“Vision for a New Compensation System” will provide a new framework for compensation system.   At Monday’s scheduled Compensation Bargaining Session, representatives from the Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) will unveil DCTA’s “Vision for a New Compensation System” to DPS representatives and the public. The new vision...

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Jessica Donovan-Massey, East High School

“My joy is working with young people.” Jessica Donovan-Massey, East High School   If you can’t get excited about learning in Jessica Donovan-Massey’s class, it’s not for her lack of trying. Walking down the hallway toward Donovan-Massey’s East High School classroom, you can feel the energy building. The...

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What is a Distinguished School?

DPS believes a school should earn “Distinguished” status based solely on test scores. DCTA advocates for a more holistic approach.   Continuing its efforts to negotiate a Compensation Agreement that provides predictability, stability and growth potential, the DCTA Bargaining Team again hammered away at the District’s insistence...

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