Teachers union to count ballots on new contract
CHICAGO — Chicago Teachers Union officials are set to start counting the ballots that its members cast on whether they want to accept a proposed contract.
Last month, teachers at more than 600 schools ended a seven-day strike after union delegates discussed the proposed contract settlement and voted overwhelmingly to suspend the labor action.
The union's financial secretary, Kristine Mayle (MAY-lee), says teachers voted before and after school Tuesday, and that the union would count the votes Wednesday.
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