Neshaminy teachers to return to class on Wednesday
LANGHORNE, Pa. - June 11, 2012 (WPVI) -- The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers has ended its strike and will return to school on Wednesday.
According to union spokesman Bob Schiers, the Teachers Union officially announced to the judge that they will be off strike effective immediately and would be able to report to school tomorrow..
However, the school board rejected that offer stating they needed more time and told teachers to report on Wednesday instead.
There are, however, no further developments on the contract.
Both parties plan on attending a negotiation meeting Tuesday night. Both parties also plan to meet with the judge on June 25th.
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