From The Stand. CAMAS, Wash. — After six days on strike, the 450 Camas Education Association members could be in classrooms with their 7,300 students before the end of the week. Negotiating teams from CEA and the Camas School District came to a tentative agreement on Wednesday night after months of intense negotiations. The CEA members will now vote on whether to ratify the agreement. If approved by 50 percent-plus-one of the membership, the educators will return to work. If rejected, members will return to the picket lines. Read more.
► From KGW — Camas teachers, district reach tentative agreement while Evergreen teachers strike continues — Classes in Camas are still canceled for Thursday. In the Evergreen School District, the largest in Southwest Washington, the strike continues — no deal has been reached. Teachers remain off the job and school is canceled for Thursday there, too.