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What is the possibility that the Chicago Teachers Strike will lead to other teachers union striking?
Teachers are not getting paid what they are worth, negotiated pay raises were decreased from 4% to 2%, health benefits are inadequate, and there is an issue with how students are going to be able to deal with a longer school day. Other teachers from around the country do not make the same salary as the Chicago teachers do, but are experiencing the same issues. Is it possible that Teachers Unions in other parts of the country are going to strike as well especially if the Chicago School Board concedes to the demands of their teachers union?
by Christine Miranda5 years ago
Do you agree with the teachers strike in Chicago?The Chicago Teachers Union is on strike for the first time in 25 years. It is the 3rd largest school system in the US. The school board agreed on a 16% increase in salary...
by nina645 years ago
I'm hoping that the CTU and CPS can come up with some sort of agreement or compromise as this strike continues to keep our children out of school. All I can say is that the teachers of today are only asking for what is...
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