The Chicago Tribune, 7 June 2012
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7 juin 2012
Joel Hood and Noreen S. Ahmed-Ullah
It might be several days before the Chicago Teachers Union announces the results of its strike authorization vote, but already Chicago Public Schools officials are questioning the integrity of the process.
Attorneys for the district earlier this week asked the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board to ensure that the teachers union preserve all documents relating to the vote count this week to allow for independent verification and "to investigate whether any improper conduct occurred."
CPS attorney James Franczek could not be reached for comment on the district's request, which several people close to the situation said could be the first step toward landing the issue in court.Read on...