Chicago public schools might reopen Monday under tentative agreement!/AHMalcolm/status/246721591201894401

The Washington Post is reporting that negotiators have reached a tentative agreement in the Chicago Teachers Union strike that could return students to public school classrooms on Monday.

Observers note that teachers have not voted on a contract, but will negotiate through the weekend with the hopes of voting Sunday on finalized language.

There is no agreement. I repeat, there is no agreement. #CTUStrike

— Labor Notes (@labornotes) September 14, 2012

Negotiating team is bargaining through the weekend with goal of language for delegates to vote on for a tentative agreement Sun #CTUStrike

— Labor Notes (@labornotes) September 14, 2012

Delegates will then vote to suspend or continue the strike. #CTUStrike

— Labor Notes (@labornotes) September 14, 2012

Standing by for #ctustrike newser. Agreement in principle but the details should start coming out now.

— Ravi Baichwal (@BaichwalABC7) September 14, 2012

#CTU strike what's going to happen is the contract will be written between the two sides over the next 24 hours and then presented

— Ravi Baichwal (@BaichwalABC7) September 14, 2012

School Board President Vitale says both sides have agreed on the "framework" of a deal, and expects kids will be in class Monday #CTUstrike

— FOX 32 News (@fox32news) September 14, 2012

Teachers and supporters are expected to converge on Chicago’s Union Park Saturday afternoon for a “Wisconsin-style” rally.

Lack of legal language in deal makes tomorrow "Wisconsin-style" #ctustrike UnIon Park rally all that more important

— Mike Elk (@MikeElk) September 14, 2012

#WIunion, we're a style now. MT @MikeElk: Unclear deal makes tomorrow "Wisconsin-style" #ctustrike UnIon Park rally more important

— Dylan Jambrek (@djambrek) September 14, 2012

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