- Post 18 September 2012
Photo caption: Michael Grant, a parent of a Chicago public school student, walks a picket line outside Shoop Elementary School in support of striking CPS teachers, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012. This is the second day of a strike in the nation's third-largest school district as negotiations by the two sides failed to reach an agreement Monday in a bitter contract dispute over evaluations and job security. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
CHICAGO (AP) — Members of a parents' group say they'll support striking Chicago teachers even if they vote to continue their walkout.
Teachers in the nation's third largest school district entered their seventh school day on strike Tuesday.
Later in the day, Chicago Teachers Union delegates are scheduled to vote on whether they'd call off the strike or hope to continue negotiations.
Parent Erica Clark is part of the group Parents 4 Teachers. She says teachers, students and parents have little trust for Chicago education officials.
The group is delivering 1,000 postcards to the Chicago Board of Education, calling for a fair contract and other issues like smaller class size.
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