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Behind the strike negotiation breakdown News
Behind the strike negotiation breakdown
Talks between the Teachers' Union and the Waukegan School District 60 came to a sudden halt around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct 15 when the union walked away from the table and cancelled the negotiation session scheduled for Thursday morning. Kathy Schwarz, Waukegan Teachers’ Council President said that the reason why the union broke off Wednesday's session, which began at around 4:30 p.m., was that they can’t continue the way they’ve been going with the board making small moves that don’t amount to any substantial. “It will take weeks to settle this way,” Schwarz said. “There would be no point in caving into demands that our members on the line wouldn’t accept.”
Oct. 16 7:34 a.m. |
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