The Neshaminy Federations of Teachers have voted 487 to 21 Monday night to approve an agreement aimed at ending the longest teacher contract impasse in recent state history.
The district is expected to review and finalize the contract on June 13, said Bob Schiers, spokesman for the teacher union.
"The ball is in their court," he said.
The union has been without a contract for five years.
The new agreement is seven years long with five of those years retroactive. New negotiations will begin in two years Schiers said.