Volume 82, Issue 5

Features

In memoriam

Lists of deceased members of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) are provided to the Chicago Union Teacher by the office of the Chicago Teachers Pension Fund (CTPF) and are printed as received. If you notice an error or omission, please first contact the CTPF at 312.641.4464 or via email at memberservices@ctpf.org to report the information. Please contact the CTU Financial Dept. as well by phoning 312.329.9100. Both the CTPF and CTU disburse death benefits to a member’s designated beneficiaries.

February 2019 advertisements

Roosevelt University Teacher Preparation program; Chicago Teacher Store; Lifting as They Climbed: Mapping a History of Black Women on Chicago’s South Side

CICS educators win historic nine-day strike

After nine days on the picket lines, striking Chicago Teachers Union educators and paraprofessionals reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that protects counselors and social workers, limits class sizes and raises teacher and paraprofessional pay up to Chicago Public Schools standards.

CTU endorsements matter; your vote matters

Movements for fundamental change—led in no small part by the CTU—have altered the political calculus in this city. We drove out Rahm Emanuel and we have a chance, now, to impact the City Council and who runs City Hall.

‘Proud to call myself a CTU member’

Tilton Elementary second grade teacher Kristin Reid shares the story of her grievance win, which came after some of her credentials were not recognized by the Board.

In memoriam

Lists of deceased members of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) are provided to the Chicago Union Teacher by the office of the Chicago Teachers Pension Fund (CTPF) and are printed as received. If you notice an error or omission, please first contact the CTPF at 312.641.4464 or via email at memberservices@ctpf.org to report the information. Please contact the CTU Financial Dept. as well by phoning 312.329.9100. Both the CTPF and CTU disburse death benefits to a member’s designated beneficiaries.

February 2019 advertisements

Roosevelt University Teacher Preparation program; Chicago Teacher Store; Lifting as They Climbed: Mapping a History of Black Women on Chicago’s South Side

CICS educators win historic nine-day strike

After nine days on the picket lines, striking Chicago Teachers Union educators and paraprofessionals reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that protects counselors and social workers, limits class sizes and raises teacher and paraprofessional pay up to Chicago Public Schools standards.

CTU endorsements matter; your vote matters

Movements for fundamental change—led in no small part by the CTU—have altered the political calculus in this city. We drove out Rahm Emanuel and we have a chance, now, to impact the City Council and who runs City Hall.

‘Proud to call myself a CTU member’

Tilton Elementary second grade teacher Kristin Reid shares the story of her grievance win, which came after some of her credentials were not recognized by the Board.

In Brief

In memoriam

Lists of deceased members of the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) are provided to the Chicago Union Teacher by the office of the Chicago Teachers Pension Fund (CTPF) and are printed as received. If you notice an error or omission, please first contact the CTPF at 312.641.4464 or via email at memberservices@ctpf.org to report the information. Please contact the CTU Financial Dept. as well by phoning 312.329.9100. Both the CTPF and CTU disburse death benefits to a member’s designated beneficiaries.

February 2019 advertisements

Roosevelt University Teacher Preparation program; Chicago Teacher Store; Lifting as They Climbed: Mapping a History of Black Women on Chicago’s South Side

CICS educators win historic nine-day strike

After nine days on the picket lines, striking Chicago Teachers Union educators and paraprofessionals reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that protects counselors and social workers, limits class sizes and raises teacher and paraprofessional pay up to Chicago Public Schools standards.

CTU endorsements matter; your vote matters

Movements for fundamental change—led in no small part by the CTU—have altered the political calculus in this city. We drove out Rahm Emanuel and we have a chance, now, to impact the City Council and who runs City Hall.

‘Proud to call myself a CTU member’

Tilton Elementary second grade teacher Kristin Reid shares the story of her grievance win, which came after some of her credentials were not recognized by the Board.

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