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2019 Chicago Public Schools strike 2019 Chicago Public Schools Labor StrikeDate17\u201331 October 2019 (14 days)LocationChicago, ILGoalsBetter compensation, increase in staffing, wrap-around services, smaller class sizesMethodsStrikes, Demonstrations11 more rows
\u201cCTU members voted to refuse to teach under the conditions set forth by CPS. That is a strike by definition.\u201d The lawsuit filed during negotiations between CPS officials and CTU leaders originally sought an emergency order requiring the union to halt the remote action and return to classrooms.
For more than 75 years the Chicago Teachers Union has fought for the schools Chicago's students deserve. The CTU represents more than 25,000 teachers, paraprofessional and school-related personnel, and school clinicians working in the Chicago Public Schools and, by extension, the students and families they serve.
What does CTU do? We organize, we protect and we defend public education in Chicago. We have an organization that represents us democratically. Our Union staff supports members when they need protection from arbitrary and unjust actions by administrators.
Despite breaking a safety agreement with the Chicago Teachers Union, the head of Chicago Public Schools does not expect educators to go on strike after he announced the district will end its mask mandate next week.
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Before the soon-to-be-repealed restrictions were in place, the union went on strike nine times: in 1969, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1987. Then legislation was enacted in 1995 that limited the issues the union could bargain and strike over.
The walkout is over, but the lawsuit is continuing to prevent the next illegal strike. A compromise between Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers' Union over COVID-19 safety measures saw schools reopen Jan. 12 after a sudden union walkout kept more than 340,000 students from returning to class for five days.
Sick Day Bank Our 2019 contract has new language in Article 37 that expands the number of current sick days employees can bank from 40 to 244 days. Out of the sick days granted each year (10 for most teachers) any unused sick days can be added to that bank (known as the \u201cCTU bank\u201d) until you reach 244 days banked.
CTU members voted for the walkout late Jan. 4 over concerns for teachers and other CPS employees amid a record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases. Chicago's top doctor said that worry was not supported by the science. It also came even though large school districts in New York and Los Angeles were still in session.
Will we get paid while we are on strike? We will receive a two-week check on October 25 and, depending on the length of a strike, a check for October 14, 15 and 16 plus additional days if we have returned to work before the end of pay period 23.

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