YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Classes are resuming at Youngstown State University following a three-day strike by faculty members.
The university announced early Thursday the school and the union reached “an understanding for the general framework on a new three-year contract.”READ MORE: Haiti Gang That Kidnapped U.S. Missionaries Seeks $1 Million Ransom Per Person
The parties will “work out details for a tentative agreement.” Terms were not disclosed. Proposed salary increases and related issues had been the sticking points.READ MORE: Pitt Faculty Members Vote To Unionize, Forming One Of The Largest New Unions In U.S.
A fact-finder had recommended that faculty members get a 6% pay increase over three years.
School officials said that didn’t take into account financial challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic.MORE NEWS: Fallen Branch Kills Hiker At Mohican State Park In Ohio
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