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Chicago Has A Deal With Teachers. How Long Can The Peace Last?
One week after Chicago struck a fragile peace with its teachers union, fault lines have emerged over who gets to work from home, for how long, and why.
‘Very Strange And Unsettling’: Chicago Families Weary Of Reopening Uncertainty
Regardless of their reopening stance, many are trying desperately to find their bearings in a month that is bringing schedule changes, classroom reassignments, confusing messaging and upset children.
As Chicago Kids Head Back To School After 300 Days At Home, Some Parents Are Relieved — But Teachers Worry
Mayor Lori Lightfoot and CPS chief Janice Jackson have said schools are safe for in-person learning. Teachers disagree.
Among The Chicago Teachers Union’s Demands: No To ‘Simultaneous’ Instruction
The union released its list of demands Thursday, and it’s the most detailed look yet at what it would take to get union leaders to support reopening schools.
Parents Weigh Reopening Decisions As Tensions Between Chicago Leaders And Union Mount
The district and teachers union clashed over a pair of reopening surveys and school building inspections.
Chicago Is Weighing Whether To Reopen Schools. Can It Move Forward Without The Consent Of Its Teachers?
Chicago schools officials have met regularly with the Chicago Teachers Union representatives, but they haven’t agreed on a road map or even on the need for one.
‘We Are All First-Year Teachers Today:’ Chicago Educators Start Unprecedented School Year With Ambitions, Questions
How do you build excitement for a first day of school online? Educators kick off virtual school year amid coronavirus pandemic.
Chicago’s Teachers Union Calls For An All-Remote Start To Fall
The union also released a report calling for nearly 50 safety protocols before returning to in-person learning.
Teachers Union Demands CPS Close All Schools Due to Coronavirus Concerns
Chicago's public schools, which serve more than 300,000 students, have remained open — even as Catholic schools and other districts close.
Tour Group Won’t Refund Low-Income South Side High Schoolers For Canceled Spring Break Trip, Union Says
EF Tours had taken a "hard line" against refunds, which is devastating to "Black children at a school that is more than 90 percent low income," the union said.
Bernie Sanders Courted The Chicago Teachers Union Endorsement. Here’s Why It Didn’t Happen
Union support is divided between Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who also visited Chicago teachers during the strike, members said.
One Month After Contract Went Into Effect, Chicago Teachers Still Haven’t Gotten Promised Raises
The district said implementing pay changes for tens of thousands of teachers requires complicated changes to its data systems and will take time.
Help Your Fellow Chicagoans This Holiday Season Through These Toy And Coat Drives
If you're looking to tap into your inner Santa, these events will help you do it.
CPS Tallies Cost Of New Teachers Contract In 2020: $33M, But Six Strike Days Will Save $68M
The district plans to make up five days of school canceled by the strike by holding class on Nov. 27, the day before Thanksgiving, Jan. 2 and Jan. 3, June 17 and June 18.
City And CTU Reach Tentative Pact — But Teachers Say An End To Strike Hinges On Making Up Days
If the mayor agrees, the deal potentially ends a two-week strike and sends the district’s 25,000 teachers back to work.
9 Teachers Arrested Outside Sterling Bay’s West Loop Office
The arrests came during a sit-in at Sterling Bay's West Loop headquarters.
Teacher Strike Continues To Ninth Day After Marathon Talks Fail To Reach Accord
“On… issues like class size and staffing we have gotten the closest we have ever been.”
Strike Heads Into Eighth Day With City, Teachers Union Still At Odds
The city estimates its offer to the teachers union at $500 million over a proposed five-year contract.
Chicago Teachers Tired But Resolute As Strike Winds Down Second Week
“My morale is pretty low. I feel a bit defeated, but I am still going to keep coming back each day," one teacher said Friday.
Chicago Teachers Strike: Union Now Hoping School Might Resume Monday
The union hinted at a deal that could lead to school resuming Monday. “That is absolutely our hope,” said Jennifer Johnson, the union’s chief of staff.