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Representatives of the Chicago Teachers Union and CPS officials have been invited, organizers said.

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

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But she's still ready to fight: "I know bad words, too," she said at a Girl Talk event Tuesday night.

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

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CPS officials have asked teachers to contribute more to their own pensions in exchange for a pay raise.

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

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

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The district announced a 73.5 percent graduation rate, up 16 points from five years ago, officials said.

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

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

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

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

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The latest budget is based on a contract deal the Chicago Teachers Union rejected in January.

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Protesters at the Board of Education backed three aldermanic proposals to raise a total of $400 million.

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Touting CPS' academic gains, Mayor Emanuel said Gov. Rauner should "embrace the children" of Chicago.