Chicago teachers to get higher salaries in proposed contract

09/24/2003 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

City school officials and the Chicago Teachers Union yesterday announced a tentative contract agreement providing teachers 4% annual pay raises over the next five years. Schools Superintendent Arne Duncan said the agreement's cost, estimated to be $1 billion, is worth the stability it will bring to the district.

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