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A last-minute tentative agreement reached Oct. 10 averted the second teachers strike in four years.

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A Chicago Public Schools spokeswoman said the deal was "fair to both sides."

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The United Educators of UNO have set a strike date for Wednesday.

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 Claypool has "earned the contempt" of parents and teachers, CTU Vice President Jesse Sharkey said.

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Critics complained that Mayor Rahm Emanuel's 2017 budget proposal was light on funding specifics.

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Plans for a high school that was once to be named after President Barack Obama have been stalled.

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CTU and CPS officials reached an agreement minutes before the midnight strike deadline.   

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The tentative, four-year accord averts the district's second strike in four years.

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Parents demonstrated at multiple locations during rush hour on Friday. 

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"We want no cuts to our pay and benefits," CTU President Karen Lewis said.

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However, all classes, after-school activities and sports will be canceled, officials said.

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Ald. Harry Osterman said the city's on edge as a Tuesday strike deadline approaches.

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CPS set aside $15 million last week to keep some facilities open for students during a strike.

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The Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates set the Oct. 11 deadline on Wednesday.