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October 08, 2012

Hawaii Union, District Still at Odds Over Contract

Hawaii teachers have still not come to an agreement with the state over a new contract, in what some commentators think could lead to a strike.

October 04, 2012

Chicago Teachers Approve New Contract

Chicago's teachers ratified a new contract.

September 18, 2012

Internal Disputes Complicate Chicago Union Delegates' Vote

CTU President Karen Lewis is facing internal division over a proposed agreement with the Chicago school district.

September 16, 2012

Chicago Strike Still On as CTU Delegates Mull Deal

The union will continue its picketing as members digest details of a proposed contract with the district.

September 15, 2012

Framework for Chicago Pact in Place; Details in Question

Chicago's strike seems to be wrapping up as the district and the union outline an "agreement in principle."

September 11, 2012

Strike Issues Stuck in Gray Areas, Political Nuance

The parties in a Chicago strike disagree about whether teacher evaluation details can be bargained or not.

September 11, 2012

Waiting Games: Inside a Chicago 'Children First' School

Chicago UPDATED The city's 144 "Children First" schools have been the object of much interest over the course of the teachers' strike. The Chicago Board of Education is using some $25 million to keep students occupied—and out of trouble—at these schools, which are being staffed by princ...

September 11, 2012

Chicago Teacher Strike, Day 2: Quick Updates

Teacher Beat cuts through the white noise to give you the most important updates from Day Two of the Chicago teachers' strike.

September 10, 2012

Questions Linger After Day 1 of Chicago Teachers' Strike

UPDATED Chicago teachers put down their placards at 6 pm, signalling the end of day one of the city's first teacher strike in 25 years. The district and the Chicago Teachers Union's negotiating teams met again today, but details of any progress were not forthcoming by late in the evening. UPDATE...

September 10, 2012

Chicago Strike Unfolds Amid Frustration, Confusion

Chicago The first strike in the Windy City in 25 years has begun, pitting Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis against Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a battle over wages and the city's policy direction as some 25,000 teachers took to the streets today. Union members began gathering as early as 6:30...

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