Unionized teachers at the city's Aspira charter school network said Tuesday they will walk off the job late next week if they can't reach a deal on a new contract.
Labor leaders say it would be the nation's first strike at a privately run charter school.
"The last thing we want is a strike; that is the very last thing that we want," Marines Martinez, a social studies and history teacher, said Tuesday. "It's just that Aspira has not been negotiating with us fairly and we want to make
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