The Chicago Teachers Union agreed on Tuesday to end its strike in the nation’s third-largest school system, allowing 350,000 children to return to classes on Wednesday after seven days with no school. The announcement came after 800 union delegates from schools across the city met for two hours behind closed doors to debate a proposed contract.
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