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Chicago Teachers' Strike: How Will It Impact School Reform?

On Sept. 10, for the first time in 25 years, Chicago teachers went on strike after contract negotiations between the city's school board and the Chicago Teachers Union broke down over reform issues and teacher pay. Read more here.

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