LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Hundreds of teachers met at the Arkansas Education Association on Tuesday night to discuss changes to an employment contract.
Since the state takeover of the Little Rock School District back in January, new negotiations must be made. "No matter what survives, nothing is going to be the way it was and that's okay," said Cathy Koehler, president of the Little Rock Education Association.
In just 13 weeks, the 92-page document is set to expire. Nearly 400 teachers across the district showed up ready to discuss everything from salary to benefits.
"A lot of people vented what they had to say and there might have been some moments I vented," Koehler said.