Weekly reporter roundtable
Columbus city school students get another swipe at having the first day of classes, returning after their teachers approve a new three-year labor deal to end a strike that started last week.
The new contract guarantees climate-controlled learning areas will be the rule in three years, a response to teacher complaints about building conditions. Also for the first time, the district will limit the range of elementary art, music and physical education teachers. Teachers will also get a 4% for each of the next three years.
We’ll talk about the return to classes and more about the impact of the strike and more on our weekly reporter roundtable.
- Matt Rand, reporter for WOSU 89.7 NPR News
- Jo Ingles, reporter for Ohio Public Radio statehouse news bureau
- Anna Staver, statehouse reporter, USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
- Laura Hancock, statehouse reporter, cleveland.com
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