Madison teacher’s union reaches tentative deal with Board of Education
MADISON, Wis. — Madison Teachers Inc., the Madison teacher’s union, announced it has reached a tentative agreement on base wages with the Board of Education.
According to a Facebook post, Madison Teachers Inc. said it presented 4,000 cost-of-living petition signatures to the board on Monday. On Tuesday, the Board told the union it agreed to a 2.44% cost-of-living base wage increase.
The tentative agreement is not final, however. Both the Board of Education and Madison Teachers Inc. must ratify the agreement.
The union’s ratification meeting is set for Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at the Madison Teachers Inc. headquarters at 33 Nob Hill Road in Madison. Members can also vote online.
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