Sep 15, 2015

Striking Seattle teachers, district reach tentative deal

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle teachers reached a tentative agreement with the city's school district as their strike entered its fifth day Tuesday, but they will stay on the picket lines pending its approval. The sides reached a deal, but the Seattle teachers union's executive board and representative assembly must sign off on it before the strike can end, Washington Education Association spokesman Rich...

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