Neshaminy teachers offer to return to work, in exchange for arbitration

    Neshaminy teachers say they’ll end the strike if the district agrees to binding arbitration.

     

    According to Philly.com, the teachers would return to work and enter into 24-hour-a-day negotiations with the school board, but only if the school board agrees to binding arbitration if necessary. The dispute would go to arbitration after one week of negotiations, the teachers said.

     

    The Neshaminy Federation of Teachers has been on strike for five days.

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