CPS Seeking Order To Stop 1-Day Teachers StrikeAttorneys for CPS filed a motion with the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board on Wednesday, seeking an injunction that would block any potential strike, saying the union’s previous one-day strike in 2016 was “illegal.”
Grayslake Teachers Asked To Take Pay FreezeTeachers in Community Consolidated School District 46 in far north suburban Grayslake are being asked to take a pay freeze.
Highland Park Teachers Declare Impasse, Might Strike Next MonthTeachers in a third local school district could go on strike next month, joining their counterparts in Chicago and Lake Forest in staging a walkout amid stalled contract talks.
Mayor Not Prepared To File Legal Challenge To Teachers' StrikeMayor Rahm Emanuel was standing firm Wednesday on the two biggest roadblocks in the Chicago teachers’ strike--teacher evaluations and principals’ discretion over teacher hiring--but said he’s not willing to use a possible legal hammer to force an end to the strike, at least not yet.
Dozens Of Complaints Filed Against Pilsen PrincipalAllegations were coming to light on Tuesday against the principal of a Chicago public school in the Pilsen neighborhood. Teachers have filed dozens of complaints against the man in his five years as principal.
CPS, Union Reach Temporary Deal On Longer School DayThe Emanuel administration and the Chicago Teachers Union are calling a ceasefire in their continuing skirmishes over a longer school day for the Chicago Public Schools.
CPS: Union Not Responding To Invitation To Discuss Longer School DayChicago Public Schools officials say they have not received any response from the union for an invitation to a meeting on plans for a longer school day.