Today teachers are standing in solidarity wearing green and black as negotiations continue between the Dublin Unified School District and teachers’ association.
98 percent of the association agreed on Friday to authorize a strike if teachers believe the mediation has been exhausted.
Teachers say they are becoming fed up with negotiations as they’ve been going on for 11 months.
Teachers are asking for manageable class size caps, better staffing ratios for counselors, as well as compensation that will attract educators to the school district.
Teachers specifically want a three percent salary increase — the district has proposed a two percent raise.
So a strike is pending today as mediation continues.
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