Classes will start Wednesday in Seattle following a weeklong educators strike 

that postponed the beginning of the new school year.

Seattle State funded Schools and the Seattle Training Affiliation reported Monday

night that they had agreed on another agreement, and after 5 p.m.

Tuesday the region declared that classes would start Wednesday morning.

The organization enrollment's casted a ballot prior in the day to suspend

The strike started Sept. 7, which should be the principal day for around 49,000 understudies in the locale.

While 95% of casting a ballot patrons supported the strike

simply 57% casted a ballot for Tuesday's goal to suspend it, the association said

The school region said the beginning of school will be Wednesday.