UC Lecturers Reach New Contract Agreement

University of California lecturers will no longer strike after coming to a tentative agreement with the UC on contract negotiations Wednesday. The University Council-American Federation of Teachers and the UC held two days of bargaining sessions Monday and Tuesday to continue discussions on reaching a five-year contract agreement.  At 4:48 a.m. Wednesday, UC-AFT announced that the union reached an agreement with the UC and canceled planned strikes for Wednesday and Thursday. It added that classes are expected to go on as previously scheduled.  According to a UC-AFT press release, the UC will offer one-year, two-year and three-year contracts that include a written evaluation […]
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