Boston teachers may stage one-day strike this week

Feb. 13, 2007
The district and teachers have negotiated 13 months without an agreement.

After 13 months of negotiations, Boston teachers appear ready to hold a one-day strike on Thursday for the first time in 14 years, forcing city and school officials to draw up contingency plans for the system's roughly 58,000 students with no school to attend. Negotiations are expected to continue through Wednesday night, but district and Boston Teachers Union officials say they remain divided on the issues of classroom size, contributions to health insurance, and teacher pay.

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