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CTU stands with CSO strikers as Mabie and fellow board members wage war on pensions for musicians and teachers

CTU stands with CSO strikers as Mabie and fellow board members wage war on pensions for musicians and teachers

Wealthy CSO board treasurer James Mabie co-founded ChiArts high school—and both outfits refuse to fund workers’ pensions. CHICAGO—Finance executives have salivated for decades at the prospect of getting their hands on workers’ retirement nest eggs and the...

10AM Wed. : Parents, alderman, CTU to demand immediate action from CPS board on critical school issues

Press conference: 10AM Wed., Feb. 27 CPS headquarters, 42 W. Madison St., Chicago Massive overcrowding and under-resourcing in neighborhood public schools to bring out parents and South Side alderman in push for equity for neglected public schools. CHICAGO—41 students...

Regional Meetings for District Contract Campaign

We’re bargaining a new contract – and we want to hear from you. The Chicago Teachers Union is hosting a series of regional meetings for members to discuss our contract proposals to CPS. These regional meetings are a place for members to ask questions, talk...
CTU suspends CICS strike, winning CPS pay schedules, class size reductions, and guarantees on social workers and counselors

CTU suspends CICS strike, winning CPS pay schedules, class size reductions, and guarantees on social workers and counselors

4PM Tuesday, 2/19: CICS quarterly public board meeting 11 E. Adams St., Chicago. AFT President Randi Weingarten, CTU, allies to attend. Parents, educators plan to join AFT president Randi Weingarten Tuesday to demand reforms at CICS quarterly board meeting, as elected...

TODAY, 5PM: Rev. Jackson to join CICS strikers to demand that CICS free hoarded funds and settle strike

5PM TODAY, Thursday, 2/14: Rev. Jesse Jackson stands with CTU strikers CTU HQ, 1901 W. Carroll Ave., Chicago Teachers and paras have been on picket lines since Feb. 5 in longest strike against charter operator in U.S. history, while management continues to refuse to...