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NY Nearly Finalizes Deal with Teachers' Union

NY Nearly Finalizes Deal with Teachers' Union

New York's main teachers' union has nearly finalized a new deal to settle a five-year labor dispute where it has sought more than $3 billion in back pay from the city, according to an article in The New York Times. The union has met with Mayor Bill de Blasio and is on the verge of announcing the nine-year deal. The agreement would include a pay raise equal to 8 percent of salaries, annual raises of up to two percent a year and savings for the city on health coverage, according to The Times

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld

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