Students to return to school after a deal made between CTU and Chicago city

 Lori Lightfoot, the mayor of Chicago, stated late Monday on Twitter that public school students in the city will be allowed to return to classes on Wednesday after teachers union officials accepted a plan with the district.

"After a good day at the negotiation table," the mayor tweeted, "I am glad to inform that the CTU will terminate their work stoppage." "CPS [Chicago Public Schools] placed a fantastic proposition on the table, which both negotiation teams thoroughly addressed today."

The public feud between the teachers union and the city lasted until only hours before the accord was revealed. The head of the teachers union, Jesse Sharkey, told the Chicago Sun-Times that Lightfoot "is tireless, but she's persistently foolish, constantly obstinate."

According to the union, the agreement, which would have children in class on Wednesday and instructors a day early, still has to be approved by the organization's complete 25,000 members. 

Teachers, according to Lightfoot, are "abandoning" kids by declining to educate in person. She also retaliated against the union president.

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