By CBS13 Staff

DAVIS (CBS13) — A two-day strike that would’ve pulled thousands of lecturers from the classroom on Wednesday at University of California campuses has been called off.

The union representing those lecturers says they reached a tentative agreement with the UC overnight.

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Lecturers have been asking for improvements to job stability, workload and compensation.

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The agreement resolves the unfair labor practices lecturers claimed prompted the planned strike.

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Classes are expected to happen normally on Wednesday.