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Wichita Public Schools and the United Teachers of Wichita will resume contract negotiations on July 23.
The meeting will be guided by a federal mediator. It is not open to the public.
Negotiations between the two parties stalled in late April. Supporters of the teacher's union have lined 13th Street outside of Wichita North High School before board of education meetings in recent weeks. Inside, several teachers have voiced their concerns with the current negotiations.
Information previously provided by the district said a current proposal from the UTW - including a 3 percent salary increase and back pay for tracks, steps and longevity - would total $46.7 million.
Teacher salaries have been frozen since 2008 due to budget constraints.