Editor’s note: The Scranton School District serves over 9,000 students!
Negotiations will continue this morning between the Scranton teachers union and the school district, but a strike is still scheduled for Monday.
After a full day of negotiations on Friday, the union president said she was “disappointed” by the lack of movement from the district.
“They thought they made progress,” Rosemary Boland, president of the Scranton Federation of Teachers, said. “We didn’t feel that way.”
The union made a “huge concession” for the first year of the contract, and for the second and third years, gave district negotiators an option “we thought they could deal with,” Ms. Boland said.