Classes Canceled Again Friday For Chicago Public Schools Amid Standoff With Union Over Remote LearningThursday marked the second day of canceled classes for the Chicago Public Schools with the situation in in limbo – after the Chicago Teachers Union voted to move to remote learning and the city said they had no authority to make such a move.
Loyola University To Hold Most Classes Online For New Semester Until Jan. 31Loyola University Chicago will begin its spring 2022 semester with primarily online instruction until the end of the month.
COVID-19 Cases Have Led To Substitute Teacher Shortages, Moves To Remote Learning In Many Suburban School DistrictsA substitute teacher shortage is creating a big problem in some suburbs.
Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady Says Department Is Doing Everything It Can To Ease Concerns About School Amid COVID-19 SurgeChicago Department of Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady said Wednesday that her department is working to assuage concerns about COVID-19 safety in schools – with teachers having voted to go to remote learning and classes having been canceled for the day as a result.
COVID-19 Cases Have Led To Substitute Teacher Shortages, Moves To Remote Learning In Many Suburban School DistrictsA substitute teacher shortage is creating a big problem in some suburbs.
Chicago Teachers Union Votes In Favor Of Going To Remote Learning; CPS CEO Martinez Says Such A Vote Means Schools Will Be Open, But Classes CanceledThe Chicago Teachers Union voted Tuesday night in favor of going to remote learning for Chicago Public Schools classes amid a COVID-19 surge.
Indiana To Restrict Access To COVID-19 Rapid Tests At State, County ClinicsOfficials said the decision is designed to help ensure that students can stay in school and that Hoosiers who are most likely to need a monoclonal antibody are identified.
Chicago Teachers Union To Vote On Remote Learning For CPS Students Amid COVID-19 SurgeOn Monday, the very day Chicago Public Schools kids returned to school after winter break, there was a threat that they may go back to remote learning.
After They Piled Up At FedEx Dropboxes, Many CPS Students' COVID-19 Tests Rendered 'Invalid'CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey on Monday dug into testing troubles for Chicago Public Schools kids. We have learned nearly 25,000 students’ test kits could not be processed.
Chicago Restaurants, Gyms Report Smooth Operations On First Day Of COVID-19 Vaccine MandateEffective Monday, a COVID-19 vaccine card was required to get into restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, and other public venues in Chicago and most of suburban Cook County.
Surging Demand, Lab Backlogs Make For Long Wait Times For COVID-19 Test ResultsThe rise in COVID-19 cases has sent people flocking to test sites to make sure they haven’t been infected – but the surging demand has caused a major backlog at laboratories.
'Can't Put Anyone In That Situation': Why Some Chicago Restaurants Are Closing On New Year's Eve Because Of COVID SurgeIllinois set a COVID-19 record Thursday, with more than 30,000 new cases across the state. The figure amounts to the highest one day total ever, and the surge in Chicago is forcing some restaurants to shut their doors again.
Chicago Teacher Isolates For 3 Hours In Lavatory After Testing Positive For COVID-19 On FlightA Chicago woman was finally done with quarantine Thursday night after living through a travel nightmare.
Alarm Sounds In Indiana Amid Spike In COVID-19 Cases And Hospitalizations, Serious ICU Bed ShortageAs CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb did not announce any new restrictions, but an extension of the state’s public health emergency – along with a dire plea.
Chicago Restaurant With COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Already In Place Has Advice As Citywide Mandate ApproachesThe COVID-19 vaccination mandate for Chicago and Cook County businesses is just days away - coming up Monday, Jan. 3. But it won't change a single thing for some businesses with which CBS 2’s Tara Molina connected with Tuesday.