Monday, September 26, 2016

Chicago Teachers Union OKs strike, CPS bonds even junkier, enrollment down

Dunne School, South Side,
once attended by Marathon Pundit
Chicago Teachers Union strike votes are as predictable as Iraqi presidential elections when Saddam Hussein was misruling the nation. The results of the most recent one was announced this afternoon and surprising no one, the army of leftists masquerading as teachers, over 95 percent of them, voted to strike. Saddam would be oh-so proud of them.

In related news, also today Moody's further downgraded the rating of Chicago Public School bonds--they've been dropped from B2 to B3 with a negative outlook.

As I've remarked before, the struggle between the CTU and CPS reminds me of the Iraq-Iran War--you want both sides to lose.

But wait! There's more! Yes, also today CPS announced that enrollment in Chicago's government schools dropped 3.5 percent, which of course means fewer teachers will be needed.

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