School will begin on Thursday, but union members will vote on the tentative agreement reached between bargaining teams on Sunday.
School will begin on Thursday, but union members will vote on the tentative agreement reached between bargaining teams on Sunday. Kelly O

Just in from the Seattle Education Association:

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The SEA Representative Assembly has voted to [suspend] the Seattle Public Schools strike & to recommend ratification of the tentative contract agreement. Details will be emailed to SEA members. General membership and ratification meeting Sunday. Wednesday is a workday for all district employees: certs, paras and SAEOPS. #‎SPSstrike

We still don't have full details about the tentative agreement union members will vote on this weekend, but KIRO, KING 5, and KPLU are reporting that the agreement contains a three percent raise for educators in the first year of the contract, a two percent raise the second year, and a 4.5 percent raise the third. The last public offer from the school district included a two percent raise the first year, a 3.2 percent raise the second year, and a four percent raise the third.