Striking teachers in Chicago could vote to return to work Sunday. After lawyers for the Chicago Teachers Union and the city labored to hash out a workable deal that would get the city’s educators and students back into the classrooms after a missed week of school, union leaders plan to meet for a vote Sunday afternoon. The weeklong walkout is the first for Chicago in a quarter of a century and came as the city and its teachers could not agree on contract details and new evaluation procedures. An estimated 350,000 students have seen the beginning of their school year delayed by the strike.
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