Chicago Teachers Union clears way for in-person classes to resume Wednesday

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Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — A proposal for Chicago Public Schools to resume in-person classes Wednesday has been approved by the Chicago Teachers Union’s House of Delegates, sources confirmed. The measure still needs approval by the union’s full membership, but the delegates also voted to suspend the union’s work action that saw teachers refusing to work in person for the last four school days. In their latest update at about 7 p.m. Monday, Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez and Mayor Lori Lightfoot had called the day’s negotiations “productive” and said they were “waiting to hear back from” the teachers…

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