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the protests began on Monday but now for a second day Denver public school teachers are out of the classroom and on the picket line , thousands of teachers in Colorado's largest school district are on strike after failing to reach an agreement with administrators over pay raises and salary structure , it's the latest in a series of major teacher strikes across the country that began last year talks will resume on Tuesday as union and school officials try to reach a compromise Denver teachers union says and new paint scheme imposed by the district has hurt teachers by replacing dependable cost of living increases with limited bonuses based on performance and other criteria it like working and hard to staff schools it's Michael and I hope the school superintendent says she's ready to get back to the negotiating table and work out a deal to end the strike the most important thing we can do is get the subtle and so my goal is to spend as much time as it takes to get a deal , the Denver school system has about ninety two thousand students officials say substitute teachers and administrators are staffing the schools and will teach in classrooms until the strike against