CTU files unfair labor practices charge against CPS
Original article on ABC WLS-TV by Eric Horng.
September 5, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The Chicago Teachers Union has filed a grievance with the state against the Chicago Public Schools alleging unfair labor practices as members gather for another House of Delegates meeting before next week's threatened strike.
The union alleges CPS has unlawfully imposed changes in working conditions and has filed charges with the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board. According to a release, those changes include "canceling annual longevity pay increases (known as Step increases), discontinuing a longevity sick leave benefit, and imposing new teacher evaluation procedures beyond what is required by the new state teacher evaluation law known as PERA."
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