Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey displays the unions demands for a new contract at a January news conference. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

The first proposal from city and school officials to Chicago Teachers Union leaders would “roll back key wins for better learning conditions,” the union told its members — and urged them to begin saving in case of a strike.

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