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Cleveland Heights Teachers Union files 10-day notice of intent to strike, set to begin Dec. 2 |

Cleveland Heights Teachers Union President Karen Rego said in a press release that the membership of 500 teachers, counselors, nurses, paraprofessionals, and other school support professionals will continue to fight for a fair contract, having been working without one since the previous one-year deal expired in June.

The last contract contained a 2 percent pay raise, but other than step increases for seniority, none was offered in the “last, best and final offer” the school board implemented on Sept. 29, citing an impasse in negotiations dating back to August.

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