CHICAGO (WKOW) -- Members of the Chicago Teachers Union will be voting on the proposed contract reached after last month's week long strike.
Union officials say the results of the vote will be available later this week.
As the first strike in 25 years, more than 350,000 Chicago students were out of class when the teachers walked out on September 10 after months of tense contract talks.
The union represents 30,000 teachers and support personnel in the nation's third largest school district.
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