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CHICAGO | More than a month after Chicago's first teachers strike in 25 years, union members are gearing up for what they say is their next big fight: possible school closures.
CHICAGO | The Chicago Board of Education on Wednesday delayed approval of its new budget, which covers $103 million in raises largely by extending the amount of time the district pays off certain bonds.
Michael Sacco and Carole Ramsden, organizers with the Chicago Teachers Solidarity Campaign, gather donations at a forum Saturday night addressing lessons learned from last month's teacher strike and plans to fight potential school closures.
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