Boston teachers continue working without a contract

02/13/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

After a four-month standoff, officials from the Boston school district and the Teachers Union have resumed contract talks. Teachers, who have been working without a contact for six months, are pressing for a 10.7% pay increase over three years, while the school district is countering with a 5.5% raise over the same period.

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