Flint teachers reach settlement with Flint Community Schools

UTF logoAfter months of uncertainty, Flint educators and Flint Community Schools approved a settlement agreement this week that respects the professionalism of Flint teachers and will help attract and retain the quality educators that Flint students need to succeed.

“This landmark agreement, reached after nearly 15 hours of collaborative, honest and constructive dialogue, reflects our shared dedication to fostering an environment where every scholar can receive a high-quality education delivered by qualified, dedicated educators,” United Teachers of Flint and the school district said in a joint statement.

“The agreement underscores the crucial role that teachers play in shaping the future of our children and acknowledges their invaluable contributions to our community.”

Read the full joint statement here.

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