September 15th, 2015
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 it must be approved by the Seattle
teachers union's executive board and representative assembly before the
strike can end, Washington Education Association spokesman Rich Wood
said Tuesday morning. No details about the terms of the agreement were
"We have a tentative agreement with the district! Go to your picket
site this morning to learn more!" the Seattle Education Association told
its members in a text message Tuesday.