The Lansing School District has reached a tentative contract agreement with its teachers union.
No details have been released. So it’s unclear whether the deal includes a provision to get around Michigan’s new Right to Work law.
Lansing teachers’ tentative agreement comes at a time when other unions are racing to put contract extensions into place before Michigan’s new Right to Work law takes effect.
A handful of school districts and Wayne State University have signed extended contracts that would allow the unions to continue to enforce mandatory dues collection.