Contract Fight News
Social Media Connection
Find resources to share educators’ voices on what our schools need, what makes a fair contract and how we stand united and strong.
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Homer stands with @CTULocal1 and @SEIU73. Even his doggy daycare has class-size limits, so he’s baffled as to why @chicagosmayor and @ChiPubSchools won’t put class-size limits for Chicago students in writing. #PutItInWriting #CTU #FairContractNow #strikedog https://t.co/LIpOedlM6r
195 days ago Lori Lightfoot was elected Mayor of Chicago. #faircontractnow #putitinwriting @CTULocal1 @TeachForJustice @CTSCampaign @GIAChicago @ILRaiseYourHand @stacydavisgates @Sarah4Justice @jacksonpCTU https://t.co/dk0bnSg8oF
When your students lift you up and support the contract struggle because they know that our demands are for us to get the things that Chicago students deserve @CTULocal1 @CTULatinx #PutItInWriting #faircontractnow https://t.co/2eEwktGtGA
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Use these hashtags with posts that fit them. For example, #ClassSizeMatters with a photo post of your overcrowded room.
What We Are Fighting For
Smaller Class Sizes
Fair Pay & Benefits
Fully Staffed Supports
Justice for Families
Whatever we do, we’ll do it together. You have a part to play.
All CTU members and supporters can show up and be heard at our events. CTU educators in the schools have a special role to play in uniting with coworkers and getting everyone strike ready. Whether we need to strike or not, our readiness shows the Board that, together, we’ll fight to win.
Our Union is powerful if we are united and organized.
Build Contract Action Teams, reach out to parents and community members, and wear red together every Friday. If we get strike ready, we can win a contract that will improve our schools and our lives.
The timeline below illuminates the path we’re taking, guided by two motivations:
- Union members in the schools drive the priorities of the campaign.
- We meet our legal obligations under the infamous Section 4.5 of the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act (IELRA).
Follow the timeline see where we are and where we’re going as we lead up to a potential strike and/or the resolution we’re seeking in a fair contract.
Use Your Teacher Voice
District Contract Bargaining Q&A
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