Students who have been on strike at the University of Puerto Rico for two months reached a tentative agreement Thursday that could allow normal operations to resume, The New York Times reported. Under the agreement, the Board of Regents would call off plans to increase fees in a way that would have doubled the cost of attendance. Further, strike organizers have been assured that they will not face punishments.
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