CHICAGO, Illinois (WXOW) - Several hundred teachers from Wisconsin joined Chicago teachers on the picket lines Sept. 15.
Chicago City School District teachers have been on strike all week.
And now, Wisconsin teachers have traveled south to join them in their fight for working conditions.
Chicago's teachers unions and the city are stalling on agreements regarding the teacher evaluation process.
A "framework deal" was announced Sept. 14, but Chicago teachers say they will continue striking until they see it in writing.
Wisconsin educators say they're proud to stand with their fellow teachers.
All this comes after a big ruling for Wisconsin teachers unions.
A Dane County judge ruled Sept. 14 that Governor Scott Walker's law restricting collective bargaining for most public workers is unconstitutional under both state and federal law.
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