City officials will now give written notice of sweeps and clean-ups in advance, when possible.
Teachers now see their “collective power” as something they can use to shape the path Denver Public Schools takes in the years to come.
A leader in Colorado’s archdiocese told CPR News last September that there had been no new allegations of sexual abuse on a minor in Colorado since 2002.
When Denver educators voted to strike, math teacher Kathleen Braun was on picket line. That was in 1969. And again in 1994. And, yes, last week.
The Denver artist is one of nearly 90 artists and collectives from around the world invited to participate in the 14th edition of the Sharjah Biennial in the United Arab Emirates.
“The last thing I want people to do is, is pigeonhole me to have an agenda to help myself,” Titone said.
Voting on the tentative contract starts Tuesday evening at Riverside Baptist Church and will continue through Sunday, Feb. 24. Results will be announced the next day.
The minimum wage increase is only for city employees and city contractors. State law prohibits Denver from hiking wages citywide, like Seattle has done.
The all-nighter, which eclipsed the record set in 1994 for the longest bargaining session, hammered out the details between teachers and the district.
State House Majority Leader Alec Garnett is ready to draft legislation so the state can at least step up to the starting gate on wagers.