CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the Cleveland Teachers Union reached a tentative deal in the collective bargaining agreement, the school system announced on Monday.
The two parties came to a deal in August after about 21 hours of talks, which averted a strike. But teachers rejected that offer by a vote of 51.4 percent to 48.6 percent.
“We worked hard to avoid any disruption to our students’ education. We were able to bring a back contract that is good for kids and fair for educators – that our members will be proud to ratify,” said Cleveland Teachers Union President David Quolke.
The details of the latest agreement are not available.
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