St. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – St. Paul Public Schools Superintendent Valeria Silva is working to help some of the districts most troubled schools.

On Tuesday, Silva is reassigning as many as 50 district administrators to help out in schools most-troubled by recent violence.

Silva said the extra help will be different in each affected school.

The changes are coming amid growing concerns by the St. Paul teachers union over escalating violence and suspensions so far this school year.

Contract talks between the union and district are scheduled to begin later this week.

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