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Ohio teachers' union and school board ratify agreement, ending strike. Teachers and students return to class.

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After five months of negotiations, the Columbus Education Association and the Columbus Board of Education reached an agreement on Thursday, ending the strike.

The teachers began picketing on August 22 when the two parties could not come to an agreement after several failed negotiation attempts. The previous offer made by the school board was rejected by 94% of the CEA. At the time, the teachers stated they were dissatisfied with the 3% annual raise and the language regarding air conditioning installation for all classrooms.

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