Chicago school board, teachers reject report
CHICAGO – A fact finder’s recommendation to give Chicago teachers a double-digit raise was rejected Wednesday by both the city’s teachers union and the governing board of the Chicago public school system, paving the way for a teacher strike.
The 6-0 vote by the school board came about an hour after the union vote.
The union cited classroom quality issues in its vote, while school board officials cited the district’s financial difficulties.
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