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A much-anticipated report from an independent fact-finder tasked with sorting out the contract dispute between the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools is “virtually unchanged” from a recent offer the union shot down, sources familiar with its contents have told the Sun-Times.

That could put CTU leadership in a box to re-sell almost the same deal that their 40-member bargaining team shot down in February — or consider striking with only weeks of classes left.

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