The Chicago Teachers Union has reportedly called off their strike.
Classes are to resume Wednesday after the Union’s roughly 800 delegates agreed to the latest contract proposal with the city.
Chicago is home to the nation’s third largest school district. The teachers strike, which began last week, was the first in 25 years.
Read more at the Chicago Tribune.
See a comparison between teacher contracts from 2003, 2007, and the contract agreed upon today, below.