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"We have a generous raise on the table," said CPS CEO Forrest Claypool, who expects to reach a deal.

River North »

Chicago Teachers Union spokeswoman Stephanie Gadlin accused CPS of lying and ignoring new revenue ideas.

Englewood »

Earle STEM Academy teacher Joseph Ocol said he'll give his pay to the chess team, but not CTU.

River North »

They instead will focus on pressuring the city and state to properly fund Chicago Public Schools.

River North »

Chicago Public Schools said it has no plans to end early, despite claims by the Chicago Teachers Union.

Downtown »

"The countdown has started" for a teacher strike, union officials said Saturday.

Ravenswood »

Teachers called on CPS CEO Forrest Claypool to "join them in this courageous day of action" next Friday.

The Loop »

The only other option, Gov. Bruce Rauner said, was "massive" tax hikes.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union mulled what its announced "day of action" that day would actually involve.

Downtown »

The union asked "all concerned Chicago citizens" to "withhold your labor" and boycott classes April 1.

River North »

President Karen Lewis dared CPS to impose layoffs, saying upped class sizes would cause a public outcry.

River North »

The Chicago Teachers Union released the results of the vote Monday.  

River North »

Officials declined to go into specifics about her hospitalization and were mum on her mayoral bid.

Near West Side »

The lack of community boundaries for who can run or vote in Monday's election has led to confusion.

Downtown »

Parents and neighborhood groups organized a petition and a fundraiser backing ISAT opponents.