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HSTA, state see glints of hope in contract dialogue

A contract offer has been put on the table while public school teachers continue weekly protests

By Mary Vorsino

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 07, 2012

~~<p>Sixteen months into a rancorous labor dispute, the state and public school teachers union appear to be making progress toward a contract that would begin July 1.</p>
<p>Hawaii State Teachers Association President Wil Okabe described negotiations Wednesday as the &quot;most productive in months.&quot;</p>
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Sixteen months into a rancorous labor dispute, the state and public school teachers union appear to be making progress toward a contract that would begin July 1.

Hawaii State Teachers Association President Wil Okabe described negotiations Wednesday as the "most productive in months." Login for more...



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