From the CNN Wire Staff
Chicago (CNN) - Hundreds of thousands of Chicago schoolchildren will return to class Wednesday after the teachers union voted to suspend its strike.
About 800 union officers and delegates met for just over two hours before there was an overwhelming voice vote to suspend the walkout, according to delegates who attended the meeting.
The contract agreement with the school system still needs to be ratified by the more than 29,000 teachers and support staff who are members of the union.
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Rahm is a shill – he played the situation like a banjo – he is a fake leader and a proxy for the thugs.
You must be kidding, a 2% on time graduation rate for black students at Chicago Universities?? Chicago public schools has a 40% drop out rate from High School never mind college.Of those that graduate from high school many cannot make change nor tell time unless it is on a "digital" clock. I agree, it is not "all" the fault of teachers, much of the blame should be put on the federal Govt, and their assinine regulations. Put control of the schools back into the hands of the "local" Govt. However, you must admit that a "big" part of the problem is the teachers who have died in their classrooms and not had the deciency to fall down and the unions who demand that they be allowed to stay on the job. It is time to either get rid of the unions, or for you people take care of it. You can't have it both ways. Get rid of tenure period.
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