Chicago teacher union delegates celebrated the news of the suspended strike with cheers, hugs and high fives Tuesday afternoon.
For some, there was a renewed sense of unity, strengthened by seven school days on the picket line.
But the overwhelming vote was one to suspend, not end, the strike. The contract still has to be ratified.
After Sunday s decision for more time, delegates met and took the outline of the proposed contracting to members at their school.
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