Chicago teachers walked out for 15 days starting Oct. 17, causing the cancellation of 11 school days and disrupting the lives of 300,000 students. The strike set off a protracted battle of wills that ended this week after Lightfoot and CTU agreed on a $1.5 billion five-year deal that both sides say will transform Chicago Public Schools. Still, it’s not yet clear what the political ramifications will be for Lightfoot going forward.
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