Friday, February 21
(St. Paul, MN) -- With a strike vote looming on Monday, St. Paul School District teachers are letting the administration and school board know they're standing together in their contract demands. The board tabled a vote on a plan to replace teachers in the event of a strike until next Tuesday at their meeting last night as teachers rallied outside the building. The teachers are demanding an increase of eleven-percent in wages and benefits over two years with the next contract. The two sides are back at the bargaining table tomorrow.