CPS teachers to vote on contract Tuesday
October 1, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Chicago public school teachers vote on their tentative contract deal Tuesday.
The Chicago Teachers Union's House of Delegates voted to suspend the strike after they reviewed the proposed contract a week and a half ago. Union leaders are encouraging members to support the package.
Teachers were on strike for seven days before a deal was reached.<p<Union rules require any new contract to be approved within 10 business days of the suspension of a strike.
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