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- Demanding ‘Pay and Benefits That Give Us Dignity,’ Chicago Public School Teachers Strike
- From the Art Build to the Streets
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Sign up for our weekly newsletter- the latest horror, humor, and hope around economic inequality in your inbox every Monday. Classes for around , Chicago Public School students were canceled on Thursday in anticipation of the strike, which follows months of tense contract negotiations.
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Demanding ‘Pay and Benefits That Give Us Dignity,’ Chicago Public School Teachers Strike
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By Curtis Black - Newstips. The Chicago Teachers Union Education Policy Department, along with rank-and-file educators, have conducted extensive research on the presence of police in public schools across the country. This was the first strike by the CTU in over 25 years. Our school clerks have been receiving emails letting them know that they are eligible for COVID vaccinations. Once again, your solidarity is moving CPS leadership to do better by our rank-and-file members! She bowed to no one, and gave strength to tens of thousands of Chicago Teachers Union educators who followed her lead, and who live by her principles to this day. By ctu communications January 9, News.
SEIU Local 73 is the second largest union in CPS, representing 5, custodians, child welfare attendants CWA , watchmen, special education classroom assistants, children and family benefit liaisons, school bus aides, parent workers, security officers, security aides and PT security officers working in CPS. Contract highlights include:. CPS and UNITE HERE Local 1 announced an agreement on May 3 that included first time ever short term disability and maternity leave for members, as well as a five-year moratorium on the conversion of cooking kitchens to warming kitchens. To learn more about this agreement and the collective bargaining process the public can visit the new CPS collective bargaining website: www. The Chicago Public Schools serves approximately , students in more than schools. I recently lost my job.
We represent more than workers, primarily in public service and publicly funded positions in school districts, municipalities, social.
From the Art Build to the Streets
However, ISBE and the Monitor have chosen to provide interim reports on a monthly basis in order to provide ongoing updates to outline the activities undertaken each month, report progress on the Corrective Action components, and provide general updates and projected activities. The first report covers the time period from June through the end of September Some amendments affect CPS specifically, and others impact all Illinois school districts. The amendments are summarized below:. CPS must publish any proposed changes to its special education policies, guidelines, or procedures for a public comment period prior to adoption of the proposed changes.
The October strike for education justice by the Chicago Teachers Union and Service Employees International Union Local 73 ended with a new agreement after 11 days on the picket line by more than 30, teachers and support staff. The five-year tentative agreement includes a deal to ensure that every school in the district hires a nurse and a social worker. It also adds support staff to schools, specifically homeless coordinators and special education case managers.