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Sacramento schools to reopen as tentative deals end strike

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Teachers and other workers are set to return to schools in Sacramento following weekend negotiations that resolved a strike. The Sacramento City Unified School District announced Sunday that it reached tentative agreements with the Sacramento City Teachers Association and a union representing other workers. The district in California’s capital began on March 23, affecting 43,000 students and 76 schools. The teachers association tweeted that the deal will help address a severe staffing crisis. News of the settlement comes as Sacramento reels from a weekend mass shooting in a nightclub district that killed six people and wounded 12 others.

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