I'm hearing some dissension in the rank-and-file but I don't know how widespread it is. This from the Soup for Teachers group:
My brother is a teacher in the district. He made this visual to make it
clear how much the teachers are being asked to give up on compensation.
He said teachers at his school are strongly considering a "no" vote on
Understand, the strike is suspended right now, not ended. If enough teachers say no, it's back to a strike.
Now naturally, everyone wants this done but if teachers don't feel satisfied, they may say no to the deal. I doubt it because of the spin it will get from the district and the media (not to mention the ire of parents) but it's a possibility (just as the charter law ruling was a possibility that no one wanted to believe could happen).