University of Puerto Rico officials and students reached an agreement this week that will end a two-month strike that shut down campuses and will allow the university to complete the school semester.

UPR’s student assembly Monday approved ending the strike after the university said it would not impose a special fee of $1,100 to $1,300 in 2010 for each student on top of tuition costs, according to Ivan Rios, a spokesman for the university. The fee was intended to help raise revenue for the institution.

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