- CNN reports that a source indicates a tentative deal has been reached between the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and Chicago Public Schools, potentially ending the teachers strike and allowing classes to resume on Monday.
- Friday was the fifth day of the strike, as number crunching and recall disagreements reportedly held up the talks.
- The CTU's House of Delegates will need to approve the new contract.
From the article:
A tentative deal has been reached in the dispute between the Chicago Teachers Union and the city's school board, a source with detailed knowledge of the negotiations said Friday.
Students could be back in the classroom as soon as Monday, according to the source. ...