BOSTON - Boston Public Schools has reached a tentative three-year contract with the teachers union.
The interim superintendent says the contract gives teachers a 2% raise, makes sure every school has a full-time nurse, adds 23 mental health professionals and provides an extra $100,000 to help homeless students.
The school committee will review the agreement during its meeting on June 12.
It's official: Boston Public Schools and the Boston Teachers Union have agreed on a tentative, three-year contract, which was signed tonight. PRESS RELEASE: https://t.co/3AiflLUE79 @BostonSchools @BTU66 pic.twitter.com/t5IvRsoHOj— BostonPublicSchools (@BostonSchools) May 31, 2019
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