The Dublin Teacher’s Union has reached a tentative agreement with the school district that avoids the threat of a potential teachers strike.
According to the union, the agreement was reached after a “marathon” negotiation session Thursday night.
The two-year proposal includes a four- and a- half percent raise, limits elementary school class sizes to 28 children and provides for a counselor at every elementary school campus.
The union had threatened to strike next month if an agreement was not reached.
The teachers will vote on the contract at Dublin High School on Monday.
On Friday, the union sent out a flier saying it “highly” recommends a yes vote.
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