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.
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.
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.
Chicago Teachers Are Back In Classrooms, But For How Long?As CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports, the uncertainty stems from the fact that teachers still have no contract.
Chicago School Board Approves $5.4B CPS BudgetThe Chicago Board of Education voted unanimously today to approve a controversial $5.4 billion budget for the Chicago Public Schools, including a property tax hike to fund teacher pensions.
CTU President Karen Lewis Denies Plans To Strike This FallChicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis denied any eminent strike.
Chess Coach Caught In Union Fight Praised At City HallFriend or foe? It depends on who you ask when talking about the coach of a champion chess team in Chicago.
Teachers To Emanuel, Rauner: 'Not One More Cent In Cuts'As Mayor Rahm Emanuel called on Governor Bruce Rauner and state lawmakers to provide more money for the Chicago Public Schools, teachers at a meeting on the South Side said the mayor has done little to help matters.
CTU Blames CPS Crisis On Failed Leadership From Emanuel, RaunerWith Illinois lawmakers unable to reach a deal on a state budget, and the head of the Chicago Public Schools warning schools might not open in fall without state funding, the Chicago Teachers Union said the problem could be solved “if people start acting like grownups.”
Emanuel Shoots Down Teachers Union's Tax Plan To Fund SchoolsMayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool on Thursday rejected a laundry list of new and increased taxes the Chicago Teachers Union had suggested to boost funding for the cash-strapped school district.