Chicago schools, teachers reach tentative deal to end classroom shutdown


CHICAGO — Leaders of Chicago’s teachers union have accepted the terms of a tentative agreement sent from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration Monday night that would reopen the nation’s third-largest public school system later this week.

Though the deal needs to be approved by the broader union membership, the news marks an enormous step to resume school after four days of canceled classes in Chicago and a heated national debate about the safety of bringing students back to campuses during an Omicron-driven wave

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