Chicago teachers, district leaders meet for 16 hours but no resolution

Negotiations between the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools continued on Monday.
1:21 | 10/29/19

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Yesterday we made a commitment at the start of the day that we would remain at the table and work diligently to get eight the O. We left here at 2:30 AM with no deal. The Ewing has prioritize. A few key priorities. Key issues one of which is flat. And the other being fact that both of and the two things. Does gosh. And the priorities at the table. Both of which we've met to me. We have made significant investments and it. A 25 million dollar investment. While also ensuring equity to prioritize it needs. Schools with students are most vulnerable. We've also made significant investments and that's a seventy million dollar impact. In fattening ensuring that our students yet have been meet their needs met. With that nurse and a social worker in every classroom and bulk of its union had acts that we put him right and in the contract. And we've done that. We may those investments we put it in writing and we have put it in the contract and yet our students are not in what we on the night of student. Not in it and it.

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