Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Chicago Teacher's Strike Suspended

Chicago Teachers Union's House of Delegates met Tuesday afternoon and overwhelmingly voted to suspend their strike.

Classes, which have been non existent since the strike started last Monday, will resume tomorrow.

Teachers had decided that they might as well teach whilst negotiations between the union and the school district occurred.

Three hundred and fifty thousand students had been effected by the strike.

Some parents of the effected children had begun counter protesting the teachers, on Tuesday, and teachers realized they were losing the support of the public.

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