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D.C. Teacher Contract Nears Approval

From guest blogger Dakarai I. Aarons:

District of Columbia teachers could approve the much-watched tentative agreement their union signed with Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee tomorrow. The 15-day voting period ends tomorrow morning, and the results will be released late tomorrow or early Thursday.

Head over to the District Dossier blog for more details and keep your eyes on edweek.org—we'll bring you details as soon as we have them.

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