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Continued: Anoka teachers set strike vote date: April 17

  • Article by: PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 17, 2014 - 8:58 PM

“We took $5 million out of our reserve. But we can’t keep depleting the reserve,” Olson said. “The board believes what the teachers asked would increase class size, teachers’ workloads and have a negative impact on the conditions and the work teachers do.”

With 38,146 students, Anoka-Hennepin is the state’s largest district. Nearly three-fourths of Minnesota’s public school districts already have reached new contract agreements, with 83 of the 331 districts tracked by Education Minnesota still unsettled, said spokesman Chris Williams.

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