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Mayor Lori Lightfoot: Chicago Public Schools and the teachers union reach a tentative reopening deal ‘at long last’

Michael Smith, left, and Jackson Potter, members of the Chicago Teachers Union executive board, stage a "teach-out" Jan. 21, 2021, at Seward Communication Arts Academy in Chicago to protest Chicago Public Schools' reopening plan. (Antonio Perez / Chicago Tribune)



Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union reached a tentative deal Sunday to reopen city schools for families seeking in-person instruction, narrowly avoiding a strike but contingent on broader union approval.

Union officials indicated a vote by CTU’s 25,000 members could begin late Monday or Tuesday, but only after the House of Delegates decides whether to send the vote to the full membership.

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