The Chicago Teachers Union seems to be making moves toward its second strike under Mayor Rahm Emanuel. A strike authorization vote ends on Friday.
Next week, the union has called an emergency meeting. Union members are being asked to pass out fliers to parents to let them know what the issues are between the union and the school district.
Meanwhile, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools insist that they are offering union members a fair deal. Here are details of the deal and an explanation for how each side is looking at it.