Tentative agreement reportedly reached between SEA and Shoreline School District

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Many Shoreline School District families have heard about a possible teacher strike. For the past few months, the Shoreline Education Association and the School District have been bargaining a two-year contract. As sessions continued into late August with no agreement, talk of a strike increased. 

Following two full days of bargaining on August 26 and 27, the teams have reportedly reached a tentative agreement. Details will not be released until after the SEA’s general membership meeting on September 3. 

Teacher compensation has been SEA’s first priority, though the teachers also prioritized insurance contributions, class size, and other issues. 


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