They share share ideas and curriculum, develop collective projects, and support one another. TSJ is also an activist organization that makes its voice heard. Please visit TSJ at www.teachersforjustice.org.
TSJ has put together a list of ways that you can help Chicago teachers in their struggle. Please check it out by clicking on Read More..
- Join teachers, support staff, and paraprofessionals on the picket lines. They need us to show we are on their side and to talk with parents at the schools Rahm is keeping open for students. Click here for list sorted by school or by zip code.
- Put a CTU support sign in your window/yard. Distribute signs to coffee shops, work places, other public spots.
- Hand out leaflets and talk to parents and community members at el stops, shopping areas, etc. Coordinate passing out leaflets with others.
- Make your home/office a pick up location for signs and leaflets.
- Banner drops over busy highways, key public intersections.
- Help out at the Uptown Families United Strike School, grades K-8th, and welcoming HS students as tutors. Daily, from 9:00-3:00, in Uptown.
- Tell Chicago's mayor and school board to make our students a priority. Demand smaller classes, a better school day, and a fair contract! Let your voice be heard. Call now:
- Mayor Emanuel at 312-744-3300
- CEO Brizard at 773-553-1500