Strike Authorization Vote

Carpentersville Teachers Vote To Authorize StrikeBy a margin of 97 percent in favor, the Local Educators Association of District 300 — the teachers union in Carpentersville — ratified a resolution Sunday to authorize a strike.
Teachers' Strikes May Be Coming In Evergreen Park, Lake ForestThe city of Chicago is not the only municipality where a teacher strike is looming.
United Airlines Pilots Vote To Authorize StrikeChicago teachers aren't the only ones threatening to strike; United Airlines pilots could soon be walking picket lines.
Emanuel: Teachers' Strike Authorization 'Huge,' But Focus Is On KidsMayor Rahm Emanuel says the Chicago Teachers Union vote to authorize a strike is a "huge number," but he says he wants to focus on improving schools, and what an independent arbitrator might do to avoid a strike.
Both Sides Say They Want Resolution Before Teacher Strike Could HappenMore than 90 percent of teachers in the Chicago Public Schools voted to authorize a strike this week, in a move that the Chicago Teachers Union believes will provide a leg up in negotiations starting next month.
Chicago Teachers Vote To Authorize StrikeChicago teachers have voted to authorize a strike, setting the stage for intense contract negotiations to avoid a possible walkout in the fall.
Teachers Already Crying Foul As Strike Authorization Vote Wraps UpThe city could soon know whether Chicago Public Schools teachers are going to authorize a strike, but the teachers are already crying foul.
Teachers Cast Ballots On Whether To Authorize StrikeChicago Public Schools teachers began voting today on whether to authorize a strike.
Walter's Perspective: Mayor Wants Teachers To Shut Up And Do What They're ToldTomorrow will be a big day in Chicago. The teachers in our public schools will vote tomorrow on whether to authorize a strike.
Teachers Prepare For Strike Authorization VoteChicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis met with more than 200 teachers and other union members this morning at Lane Tech High School, one day before the union takes a strike authorization vote.
Brizard Says He Wants Raise For Teachers; CTU's Lewis Says Offers Are Not EnoughChicago Public Schools chief executive officer Jean-Claude Brizard says he wants teachers to have a raise, and is asking the Chicago Teachers Union to hold off on its strike authorization vote set for this coming Wednesday.