By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Wednesday, union members took an informal vote on the tentative agreement between the Philadelphia teachers’ union and the school district.

Philadelphia Federation of Teachers President Jerry Jordan announced Wednesday that 93% of union members voted to approve a new tentative contract.

Some of the highlights of the three-year deal include salary increases each of the three years. Plus, members will get a bonus this year and next.

It now moves to a formal vote which will be completed by Sept. 15.