Volume 81, Issue 8
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In This Issue
- Winning justice for every Chicago public school educator2
- Charter school operators fail to prioritize students and school staff in budgets2
- We lead to win | President’s Message3
- Brainstorming and building alliances at the Labor Notes conference in Chicago4
- Fighting for proper SPED staffing in our schools4
- South Side Pre-K teacher wins coveted Golden Apple award5
- Music only fit for a King5
- Understanding the CTU’s wages and salary history6
- Safety training and teaching for CTU members6
- Want to bring a Sustainable Community School to your neighborhood?7
- Young Artist Awards artwork8–9
- Chicago’s gang database has no place in our schools10
- I’m a proud CTU member. Here’s why.11
- How a German art project can be a model to commemorate the Chicago Race Riot of 191911
- The supports our students need to thrive12
- CTU trainings to build a better LSC12
- Break the code of silence13
- Breast density notification bill passes in Illinois13
- Delegates Not Present May 2, 2018 and June 6, 201814
- Write to—and for—Chicago Union Teacher14
- In memoriam14
- CTU and CPS honor new National Board Certified Teachers at Chicago Cultural Center15
- Quest Center Professional Learning16
Fighting for better pay and smaller classes in charters strengthens 2019 contract campaign in District schools.
Thousands from more than 30 unions, 47 states and 26 countries gathered to strengthen solidarity and strategize about building labor’s fight for the shared interests of public- and private-sector workers.
The CTU’s Quest Center helped me take my teaching game to the next level, but that’s just the beginning for me.
Here’s how music teacher Timothy King restored his looted classroom with media coverage and generous donations.
Here’s what you can do to participate in the CPS pilot program to invest $10 million in 20 schools.
With no way to know how an individual ends up on the list or any process to challenge this designation, inclusion in the database amounts to a life sentence without trial or parole.
When I first started teaching in Chicago, I was skeptical about the Chicago Teachers Union.
Chicago’s urban policies do more harm than good to Black, Brown and low-income students, according to a new report.
Get the information, interaction and support you need to help your LSC work for your school community.
The school board has created an educational ‘hunger games’ that discourages negative reporting at all costs.