Indian Prairie Unit District 204 has reached a tentative agreement with teachers from the Indian Prairie Education Association, who will vote to ratify the contract on April 11.
Friday’s announcement came from District 204 officials, who said details will be shared when terms are presented to IPEA’s more than 2,000 members. If the teachers vote in favor of the contract, the school board will vote to approve it at the April 18 meeting.
The current four-year contract, ratified in 2018, was due to expire at the end of this school year.
Teachers received a 4.13% increase for the 2018-19 school year, a 3.5% increase for 2019-20, a 3.43% increase for 2020-21 and a 3.46% increase % for the current school year.
District 204 is the fourth largest district in the state and serves 26,000 students at 33 schools in Aurora, Bolingbrook, Naperville and Plainfield.