Ohio Teachers, School System Reach Agreement
This could potentially end the strike
Early on Thursday, teachers in the largest school system in Ohio and district officials reached an agreement, potentially ending a strike that began this week over appropriate class sizes and guaranteed air-conditioning in classrooms.
The Columbus Education Association (CEA), a labor union representing nearly 4,500 teachers, counselors, librarians and other workers, said on Twitter that it had reached a "conceptual agreement" and for members to watch for updates.
"CEA Members: Do not report to picket sites in the morning, check your email for further instructions," it said in its tweet.
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