For many kids around the nation, tomorrow is back to school. But teachers in Chicago, are still in the midst of a contract dispute.

FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports from the rally in Chicago:

A few thousand Chicago public school teachers are here in Daley Plaza, wearing matching red t-shirts to show their solidarity. Then a large group of municipal workers showing their support came marching in wearing green shirts.

(Supporters) "We support CTU!"

The school district has offered teachers a 4-year contract with raises of 2% a year. The teacher's union says it's unacceptable and is also concerned about job security and a new evaluation system.

Both sides say they'll keep talking even if there is a strike.

In Chicago's Daley Plaza, Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.

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