The Wichita public school district and the teachers union launched negotiations later than usual this year, following another year of significant cuts by the Wichita school board to balance its budget amid nearly $23 million in cost increases.
The Wichita public school district and the teachers union launched negotiations later than usual this year, following another year of significant cuts by the Wichita school board to balance its budget amid nearly $23 million in cost increases. File image
The Wichita public school district and the teachers union launched negotiations later than usual this year, following another year of significant cuts by the Wichita school board to balance its budget amid nearly $23 million in cost increases. File image

Contract talks start with harsh words from Wichita teachers union

August 01, 2016 02:32 PM

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