Westerville Teachers Approve Labor Deal, Stave Off Strike

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File photo(Photo: Westerville City Schools)
File photo(Photo: Westerville City Schools)

After months of negotiations and talk of a possible strike, Westerville teachers and school members agreed to a new three-year labor deal Monday night.

Trevor Kielmeyer is a spokesman for the Westerville Teachers Association. He spoke with WOSU’s Steve Brown about the closest vote in the union’s history. Click the play button above for details on the agreement, and an update on the effort by local residents to repeal a district levy.

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  • Duckmonkeyman

    So how much did the administrators “sacrifice” or does shared sacrifice in Westerville mean “I got my share, teachers have to sacrifice”?