Chicago Teachers Call Off May 1 Walkout, But Send Warning To CPSCTU President Karen Lewis says the union will not accept any additional furlough days. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Chicago Teachers Signal One-Day Strike On May 1 If CPS Ends School Year EarlyThe proposed walkout is related to continuing budget problems within the Chicago Public Schools system.
Uncertainties Arise After CTU's Contract Deal With CPS The head of the Chicago Teachers Union said she is satisfied with the contract deal worked out with Public School system. But, she said there are still some uncertainties.
Chicago Teachers Approve New Contract With Public SchoolsThe Chicago Teachers Union has approved a contact its leaders negotiated with the Chicago Public Schools.
Everyone Wins, Everyone Loses In CTU-CPS Tentative AgreementIt took 18 months for all three players to reach a tentative agreement, and according to labor expert Bob Bruno, everyone walks away with a win and a loss.
Parents Will Know Monday Evening If Teachers Are Striking Oct. 11: UnionThe CTU says parents should monitor news coverage Monday evening to learn the latest. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Bargaining Continues Ahead Of Teacher StrikeThe Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools met Wednesday for a regular meeting to discuss and negotiate the possible strike next week.
CPS Releases Contingency Plan For Possible CTU Strike As Negotiations ContinueThe biggest difference between now and in 2012 is all schools will remain open.
CTU Ready To Strike Oct. 11 If No Agreement Is ReachedThe Chicago Teachers Union has set a strike date of Oct. 11.
Some CPS Teachers Leaving District Ahead Of StrikeSome CPS teachers are choosing not to return to the district for fear of losing their jobs.
Chicago Teachers Union Tabulating Strike-Authorization BallotsWill they or won't they strike this year? The answer could be determined by ballots being tabulated over the next couple of days. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
CPS Vote To Authorize Strike With Public BallotChicago Public Teachers continued to vote Thursday on whether to authorize a strike, but were not happy with the change to a public ballot.