In every school and workplace, unity in action protects our members and the students we serve.
Together, our union fights to win.
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FAQ from Feb. 8, 2023 House of Delegates meeting
CTU staff provided these comprehensive answers to important questions raised by delegates during the February 8, 2023 House of Delegates meeting.
When We Fight, We Win
Grievance Dept. wins in several cases on several fronts
A key part of protecting our rights and enforcing our hard-won contracts is challenging management when they violate our bargaining agreements — and fighting these cases all the way through the arbitration process when necessary to secure and reinforce our rights. The CTU Grievance Department has a raft of new wins to report that protect our members in both the charter and district spaces.
Union members and staff stick up for our rights together. Find basic information here to help you solve common problems such as bully principals, grading issues or support for oversize classes.
Union members and staff stick up for our rights together. Follow the links below and get general information to help you start solving these common problems.
Download forms for accident reports, grievance authorization, waivers, and other frequently needed forms.
Handle a Grievance
A grievance is any workplace problem you may have. If a situation exists that runs counter to the law or your contract, the Union can help you fix it.
Your contract provides rights that generations of educators fought for and won. You need to know your rights to enforce them. Learn your contract. Study and discuss these rights with your coworkers. Together, Union members and staff can make our schools better places to teach and learn.
Connect with a Union Representative
Every school and workplace has specific, expert staff devoted to helping you solve problems at work.