The District 233 school board approved a three-year contract with the Homewood-Flossmoor Education Organization representing more than 200 H-F High teachers and instructional assistants.
The board gave unanimous approval at its meeting Tuesday, June 15. The teachers union had ratified the deal earlier.
Jodi Bryant, the district’s director of human resources and one of the members of the negotiating team, called the contract a “fiscally responsible, mutually beneficial collective bargaining agreement.”
Teachers union President Dana Noble told the Chronicle: “This contract represents an understanding of the state of education . . .
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