Denver Teacher Strike Scabs Could Include Central Office Personnel

deutsch29: Mercedes Schneider's Blog

Denver Public Schools (DPS) is on the verge of a strike, which may be delayed for as long as several months, as it turns out, because DPS has called upon the state to intervene.

Still, the threat of a strike looms.

As such, DPS superintendent Susana Cordova and the DPS board have a plan in place to pressure central office staff to become scabs. From the January 25, 2019, Denver Post:

A memo from DPS Superintendent Susana Cordova this week alerted central office workers that all non-essential district operations at the central office will be suspended until a strike is resolved, and everyone will be expected to work in schools, whether that be in substitute teaching roles, working on lunch duty or being a hall monitor. …

A “minimal number” of central office employees who are needed to keep the district operating, such as those involved in payroll and…

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