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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel buys peace with teachers, fiscal impact uncertain

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A tentative deal reached late on Monday between the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and its teachers union averted a strike that had been scheduled for Tuesday but the impact on the district’s already shaky finances was uncertain. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who controls the nation’s third-...
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