NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A three-year contract for New Canaan teachers has been resolved through an arbitration panel earlier this month, according to the NCAdvertiser.com.
The contract, according to Superintendent of Schools Bryan Luizzi, increases teacher salaries an average of 3.4 percent yearly, reported the NCAdvertiser.com.
The Board of Education had proposed a 3 percent increase per year while the teacher's union proposed 3.6 percent annual increase, the story said.
In addition to pay increases, under the new contract, all teachers will shift from a preferred provider insurance plan to a high-deductible savings account, the story said.
The contract still has to be approved by the city council, the story said.
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