SDUSD teachers threatening strike if new contract is not reached
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego Unified School District teachers may be going on strike.
The teachers say if they can’t reach an agreement on a new contract with the district, then they’ll strike.
Teachers first bought up the threat of a strike at this month’s school board meeting.
The last contract expired in June and teachers have been working without one since.
The teachers say they want:
- Smaller class sizes
- Enrichment opportunities
- To attract and retain more educators
- More resources for students
- No destabilizing cuts.
The school district says it’s working on negotiations.