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www.wmfd.com - Classes will not be disrupted in any way Tuesday in the Ashland School District after members of the Ashland Schools chapter of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees voted over the weekend not to strike, which was to go into effect on Tuesday. }}" />

   
 
 
Strike Averted In Ashland School District After OAPSE Vote

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  Original Published: 9/2/2013 Classes will not be disrupted in any way Tuesday in the Ashland School District. Members of the Ashland Schools chapter of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees voted over the weekend not to strike, which was to go into effect on Tuesday. The Ashland Board of Education's contract offer with some changes were approved by OAPSE members by a scant, one-vote margin, 46 to 45. Some OAPSE members voted Friday and others on Saturday. The amended contract included additional language concerning job posting procedures but the board would not budge on the "me too" clause issue. OAPSE members include clerical staff, bus drivers, custodains and cafeteria workers.
   
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