Chicago Teachers Union Urging Teachers to Consider Striking If No Contract By OctoberA Chicago Teachers Union bulletin posted Wednesday warns “a possible strike deadline looms,” urging teachers to consider going on strike if no contract "by October."
Back to School Fair In Pilsen Elicits Parental Concerns On Upcoming School YearA back-to-school fair was held Tuesday at Whitter Elementary School in Pilsen and parents have a lot of questions about the new year.
Young Chicago Students Make Reading A Summer SportStudents who stop reading over summer break can fall behind when school resumes.
CPS Prepares Budget That Assumes Peace With TeachersThe Chicago Teachers Union signaled members won't fall in line automatically.
Students Cut Class To Protest School-Funding CrisisThe teens blamed Gov. Bruce Rauner and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel for the continuing problem.
The Story Of One CPS Principal Amid Budget Mess: 'You Have To Be A Wartime General'It’s that time of year for Amundsen High School Principal Anna Pavichevich and her staff: budget time. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Number Of Chicago Schools With High Lead Levels Rises To 14Two more Chicago schools have tested for high lead levels in their water, bringing to 14 the number facilities with readings above federal guidelines.
CPS Turns Off Water At Tanner Elementary School, Citing Concerns About High Lead LevelsThe announcement came Friday as CPS announced plans to test lead levels district wide.
Hundreds Of Acceptance Letters From Elite Magnet School Sent By MistakeLast week hundreds of parents received word of what can be for some hitting the jackpot, acceptance into the esteemed LaSalle Language Academy. But it was a big mistake.
Teachers Union Calls On Chicagoans To "Shut It Down" On April 1The Chicago Teachers Union says it wants to "shut the city down" April 1 as it presses its demands for a balanced state budget and higher taxes on wealthy Illinoisans, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Computer Science Now Required For Chicago High SchoolersDemand for computer science jobs is extremely high....
CTU Nurses Say Private Contractors Providing Inadequate Health Care For Students Unionized school nurses are calling on the Board of Education to reverse a privatization deal they say could be harmful to the health of the students, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.

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