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Why settling teacher contracts is taking longer for Minnesota school districts

An unusually large number of Minnesota school districts are heading into the end of the year still trying to reach contracts with their teachers unions. The protracted negotiations are largely driven by conversations about inflation and the rising cost of health care benefits amid an increase in state funding for schools. Unions want major boosts in pay while districts say they need money to…
Source: Red Lake Nation News

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