Yesterday, I took from the McHenry County Republican web site something State Rep. Mike Tryon had put up about educational reform.
It contained “Talking Points for Educational Reform.”
Undoubtedly handed out to all Republican members of the Illinois House.
One point, however, does not apply outside of Chicago:
“Averting teacher strikes is another key component of these reforms.”
There is a requirement for an extraordinary majority to authorize a strike in Chicago, but not impediment elsewhere in Illinois can be found in the bill.