SEATTLE — Six days after ending a strike against Seattle Public Schools, Seattle teachers voted to approve a three-year contract that includes salary raises, more support staff in classrooms and more manageable caseloads.

The Seattle Education Association union voted Monday night and announced the result early Tuesday.

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