PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh Public Schools have extended the district’s contracts with its teachers union through June 30, 2017.
The previous contract expired last year on June 30, and the sides have been negotiating ever since.
The contract covers about 3,000 teachers, aides and clerical workers.
The school board and the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers announced the tentative deal Monday. Terms weren’t immediately disclosed.
The teachers will vote on the deal May 16, and the school board must still schedule a vote.
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