Detroit Lakes teachers get above-average labor deal; hesitant about Q Comp
Labor negotiations are known for being dragged out to the last possible minute, with acrimony on both sides.
The recently approved labor deal between Detroit Lakes Public Schools and its teachers didn't exhibit acrimony, at least publicly.
"Both sides are pleased," said Bruce Raboin, Education Minnesota-Detroit Lakes' lead negotiator and a special education teacher at Roosevelt Elementary
Raboin said the talks weren't that difficult, considering the circumstances.
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