Chicago Teachers Union Votes To Approve StrikeChicago Public Schools teachers have voted overwhelmingly to approve a strike, and could walk off the job as early as Oct. 11, the Chicago Teachers Union announced Monday.
Chicago Teachers Union Begins New Strike Authorization VoteAfter going more than a year without a contract, Chicago Public Schools teachers were set to vote again Wednesday on whether or not to go on strike.
Child With Autism Left Wandering Streets After CPS Transit Drop-OffThe driver of the special needs van dropped her off at home with no supervision.
Ogden International School Staffer Fired Over Camera-Like Device In RestroomA staff member at a Near North Side school has been fired, just days after a device resembling a camera was found in a staff restroom.
Possible Camera Found In Restroom At Near North Side SchoolIn a letter to parents, Ogden International School principal Michael Beyer said a plastic camera-type device was found in one of the faculty bathrooms at the Walton Street campus.
2 Investigators: Private Coaches Dodge A Fortune In Gym Fees At Chicago Public SchoolsThe losers: Chicago taxpayers. That's according to an inspector general's report. CBS 2's Dave Savini has this follow-up.
CTU To Vote On Strike This Month By Signing PetitionsStrike preparation workshops for teachers are taking place next week.
After CTU Leaders Meet, Teachers Strike Vote Could FollowIf the vote goes as expected, this will be the second time teachers have been asked to authorize a strike.
Alderman's School Consolidation Plan Draws Opposition From ParentsA local school council meeting became heated in the Beverly neighborhood Tuesday night, with parents upset about a proposal to move and consolidate several local elementary schools.
Potential Teachers' Strike Looms Over Start Of Classes For CPSChicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis juggled optimism and pessimism on the first day of classes for Chicago Public Schools, as she talked about the chances for a teachers’ strike later this year.
300,000 Students Set To Return To Chicago ClassroomsThe first day comes as teachers are working without a contract. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
CPS Adds 2 Safe Passage Routes At Dyett, Al RabyThis means more personnel watching over children in the streets.

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