Los Angeles Times – Faculty from the California State University system, which includes Cal State San Bernardino, have voted to approve a new four-year contract that ends more than two years of acrimony with management over salary, class sizes, faculty stability and other issues, union officials said Tuesday. About 91 percent of those who cast a ballot voted to ratify the contract, which provides no salary increases and largely preserves current benefits. The agreement also averts the potential for strikes at the system’s 23 campuses this fall.
This article was published Sept. 4, 2012.
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