Inland Valley Daily Bulletin – California State University faculty members overwhelmingly ratified a contract agreement that would avoid faculty strikes this fall, union leaders announced Tuesday. The California Faculty Association, which represents more than 23,000 faculty, coaches and counselors, began voting on a new four-year contract Aug. 13. The proposal was approved by 91 percent of the voting members, association officials said. As the final step, the CSU Board of Trustees must approve the contract during its two-day meeting at the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach on Sept. 18-19.
This article was published Sept. 4, 2012.
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