As Chicago Public Schools teachers enter their second week of their strike, Mayor Chicago Rahm Emanuel says enough is enough. He took the issue to court asking a judge to order teachers back to work saying their strike is a “danger to public safety and students.”
But the Chicago Teacher Union says he’s gone too far now. Its stated Emanuel’s actions as “bullying and vindictive.”
The judge denied Mayor Emanuel’s request to end the strike. Teachers will meet today to discuss returning to classrooms.