What did the Chicago teachers win — and not win — in their seven-day strike?

Here’s a chart put together by the Chicago Teachers Union on what Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the school system’s Board of Education first proposed in the negotiations and what the teachers won during bargaining.

Remember, the board’s position here is being characterized by the union. Undoubtedly Emanuel would look at this differently.

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