Dozens of Cleveland teachers rally in front of Cleveland Board of Education

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CLEVELAND  - Several Cleveland teachers rallied outside of the Board of Education on Thursday.

They held signs, wore matching shirts and sang.

They said they don't want to strike, but they will.

They said money isn't the issue, they just want an evaluation system that's fair for everyone. They want to fix what they call a broken compensation system.

Contract negotiations started last November but stopped in February when the two sides couldn't agree. Now teachers want to come back to the table for more talks.

The contract between the Board of Education and the Teachers Union expires on June 30.

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