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Chicago Teachers Union

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The book examines the events leading to the strike, analyzes the showdown and looks toward the future.

River North »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the Chicago Teachers Union was involved in talks, but the union denied that.

The Loop »

But CPS CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett said the investigation of "staff misconduct" would proceed.

Downtown »

The Chicago Teachers Union claimed victories on Ames Middle School and Will Guzzardi.

Little Village »

Chicago Public Schools officials insisted they were questioning teachers and staff, not students.

Wicker Park »

The survey, reportedly given by the principal to students at Pritzker, used emoticons to query kids.

The Loop »

The State Board of Education called for ISATs to be presented even to students who had opted out.

Edgewater »

The CPS boss warned that teachers could face penalties if they refused to give the tests next week.

Downtown »

Parents representing 17 schools pressed the Board of Education to increase classroom spending.

Hyde Park »

The LSC urged lawmakers to cut the number of mandated tests and their ties to federal funding.

Kenwood »

Education groups are pouring cash into the 26th District for Jay Travis' challenge to Christian Mitchell.

Englewood »

Noble Network's new program could lead to more minority teachers at charter and public schools.

Downtown »

A state charter board spokeswoman denied the allegation.

West Town »

But Ald. Latasha Thomas (17th) countered, "School is not a baby-sitting apparatus."

Downtown »

The union said it will concentrate on issues, not candidates, "but 2015 is on."