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A contract agreement has been reached between the Andover Board of Education and the teachers union.
Under terms of the agreement, inservice is extended from one half-day to a full day. The total package increases salaries by 2.26 percent.
Additionally, all certified teachers gain movement based on experience and education. All supplemental positions, which had been frozen for four years, gain movement for experience. The board of education approved the agreement at their Monday meeting.
"This was a collaborative process, and we are excited to have an agreement in place before school starts," said Superintendent of Schools Mark Evans. "The district, the board and the community value our quality teachers and staff, and this agreement demonstrates our commitment to them."
"Both teams were dedicated to working together and negotiating a contact that recognizes the efforts of our outstanding teachers and strengthens the excellent Andover schools," said Andover Education Association President Brett Randolph. "We are glad to see that the employees with supplements are getting properly placed on the schedule. They deserve it."