Thousands of Chicago teachers rally downtown
May 24, 2012 @ 9:03 AM
The union has hinted it could call a strike vote before the end of the school year. Thousands of
Chicago Public Schools
teachers jammed the streets of downtown Chicago Wednesday afternoon, where their union held a rousing rally.
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