Tentative Deal Ends School Strike at Japanese Michigan

A tentative settlement has ended a college strike at Japanese Michigan College.

Japanese Michigan school went on strike every week in the past over health-care premiums and shared governance.

Late on Sunday, Japanese Michigan announced the tentative deal, whereas not releasing particulars about it, “following marathon bargaining periods between the administration and college union bargaining groups this weekend that went late into the night on Saturday and tonight.”

On Twitter, the Japanese Michigan chapter of the American Affiliation of College Professors mentioned, “THE STRIKE IS OVER! We have now a tentative settlement. All School will return to work duties tomorrow Monday, September 12. We couldn’t have finished this with out the entire help from our college students, the neighborhood, and the union organizations.”

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