Teachers will vote on a tentative agreement today with Chicago Public Schools, which if passed, will pave the way for students to return to class.  Yesterday, a judge denied a temporary restraining order against the teachers filed by the school board and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.  That move was aimed at getting kids back in class immediately even as teacher look over the latest labor proposal.  

Delegates for the teacher's union will vote sometime around 3 p.m. today which means if the deal gets passed students could potentially be back in school by tomorrow.


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