As 2014 comes to an end, so does the current term for all CTU delegates. In accordance with the CTU constitution and bylaws, all CTU delegates serve a thre-year term and an election is held at the end of each term. All schools covered in the current CTU contract will hold elections to elect CTU

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On November 10* CORE presents its annual Night at The Second City, presenting the revue The Best of The Second City at The World Famous Second City Comedy Theater Main Stage, 1616 N. Wells St., Chicago, IL. Doors open 7:00 p.m. (cash bar)… Show time 8:00 p.m. *Note: Nov. 11 is Veterans Day—a school holiday

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Chicago Needs an Elected School Board Forum

  Join the West Rogers Park Community Organization for another Democracy In Chicago Education Forum: “Why Chicago Needs An Elected School Board” a panel discussion including:  Will Guzzardi Illinois State House Representative-elect for the 39th District* Wendy Katten Director, Raise Your Hand Roderick Wilson Executive Director, Lugenia Burns Hope Center Monday, October 20, 2014 7:00

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  Town hall meeting to push the U.S. Dept of Education Office of Civil Rights’ investigation of abuses at Dyett High School and Mollison Elementary. Reps from U.S. Department of Education, CPS Board of Education and Amnesty International will be in attendance! Also, come express your support for the Dyett 13 and the Dyett Global

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Marchemos Por La Paz

  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 4:30 – 6PM MARSHALL BOULEVARD PEACE WALK ‘GIVE A PASS': Respect For Life, No Shootings Around Schools and Playgrounds. The Peace Walk will begin at Saucedo/Tepcohcalli Campus (parking lot on 24th and California) and end at Spry Community Links Campus (parking lot on 24th and Marshall Boulevard). We will be distributing

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Advancing the struggle in our schools, our union, our city: Building Power, Building Leaders |  Friday, September 19 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm |  Saturday, September 20 9:00 am – 3:00 pm |  Whitney Young HS  |  Click here to download the flyer. Since CORE’s candidates Karen Lewis, Jesse Sharkey, Michael Brunson and Kristine Mayle won leadership of

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