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Chicago Teacher Strike

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The Loop »

The United Educators of UNO have set a strike date for Wednesday.

Old Town »

Plans for a high school that was once to be named after President Barack Obama have been stalled.

River North »

"We want no cuts to our pay and benefits," CTU President Karen Lewis said.

Downtown »

Ald. Harry Osterman said the city's on edge as a Tuesday strike deadline approaches.

Chinatown »

The Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates set the Oct. 11 deadline on Wednesday.

Downtown »

Alderman and the CTU said the Emanuel administration is talking directly with teachers union officials.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union has to give 10 days' notice before staging a walkout.

Downtown »

If teachers were to strike this year, they would likely walk off in mid-October, according to reports.

Archer Heights »

"We have a very generous proposal on the table," CPS CEO Forrest Claypool said.

South Shore »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel defends property tax hike as "what's right."

Pilsen »

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

West Town »

"The public expects and wants them to be part of it," said Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

River North »

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

River North »

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

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel spoke as if a strike had been averted; the Chicago Teachers Union said not so fast.