The union representing 30,000 Los Angeles Unified School District service workers has reached an “historic” tentative labor contract with the district just one day after ending a work stoppage that shuttered the nation’s second-largest school system for three days, officials said.

The deal effectively meets the union’s demand for a 30% pay raise and also includes bonus payments, retroactive pay and fully paid health benefits.

It will still need to be approved by Service Employees International Union Local 99 members and the LAUSD board. Click here to read more;