The Cheltenham school board is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a new contract that the teachers' union has overwhelmingly approved.
On Thursday, the members of the Cheltenham Educators' Association (CEA) voted 225-38 to ratify the proposed contract.
No details of the contract will be available until after the school board has voted, said Ronald Carroll-Ranieri, president of the CEA. Carroll-Ranieri said 263 of the 303 members of the union voted on the contract.
"The teachers have given a clear message to the leadership of the CEA and the school board that they are satisfied with the contract," Carroll-Ranieri said. "But it can also be said that there were very legitimate concerns raised by the members."