The Chicago Board of Education last week approved the new $295 million three-year contract with the Chicago Teachers Union but put off a vote on budget amendments needed to cover the first-year costs of the pact.

Members of the union ratified the contract in early October. The pact ended a seven-day walkout by teachers, the first in 25 years. The contract could be extended to a fourth year.

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