"I know the district has a perspective and the CUTA has a perspective and if you have someone else come in with perhaps another perspective," perhaps a different view of the situation can emerge, explained CUTA president John Jenswold.
also doesn't want to see a strike, but he
also doesn't want to see the board impose its will on the teachers.
"I would love to move it from an adversarial relationship to a symbiotic relationship," said the union chief.
said the union doesn't debate the fiscal challenges facing the CUSD
At the same time, he
said history suggests when it comes to budget planning, the district has taken a very "conservative" and "pessimistic" view of the balance between income and expenditures.