I don’t guess the teachers in Illinois have ever heard of Wisconsin, or California, for that matter.
Nothing screams relevance in today’s economic and political climate like a teacher’s union threatening a strike if their members aren’t given a 24 percent pay raise, and yet that is exactly what is happening in Chicago, the nation’s third largest school district.
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5 Responses to Chicago Teacher’s Unions: 24% Raise Or We Strike
they are jealous of tuition costs rising and are trying to justify costs
No, they are mad that they have to work an extra 40 minutes per day, bringing their work day up to the staggering length of 7 hours and 40 minutes. Seriously.
completely insane. they should cancel summer vacation for teachers
i believe our friend gap and yap always makes fun of how much they pay teachers… i believe ive read from a few sources they’re some of the better paid teachers in the country.
The irony of unions turning on Rahmbo is almost as beautiful as it is funny. The 24% pay increase is as laughable as it is insulting to the people of the city.
Unions are lost in the wilderness.