As CPS Watchdog Investigates Dean's Homophobic Facebook Posts, Mayor Vows Review Of City's Social Media PolicyMayor Lori Lightfoot just promised to crack down on city employees and what they display on their personal platforms.
CPS High School Dean Under Investigation For Homophobic Jokes On FacebookLast month, the dean of discipline for Steinmetz College Prep High School posed a question on Facebook: "Would u rather yo son be in a gang or be gay? Well let me rephrase it...would u rather your son get killed in the streets or in the sheets?"
Mayor Lightfoot Names Rachel Arfa As Commissioner Of Mayor's Office For People With Disabilities, Will Fletcher As CPS Inspector GeneralMayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday announced two new appointments to her administration – Rachel Arfa as commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, and William Fletcher as inspector general for the Chicago Public Schools.
Anonymous Letters About Soon-To-Depart CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler Reference 'Violent Threats,' 'Unstable Behavior'Friday is the last day on the job for Chicago Public Schools Inspector General Nicholas Schuler, and a look has emerged into the anonymous complaints that forced his resignation.
Resigning CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler Admits 'Tough Management Style'; Says Some Workers' Complaints Were JustifiedA source close to Schuler’s office confirmed an investigation by an outside law firm has been going on for at least six months into claims he created a toxic work environment.
Report Finds More Than 30 Instances Of Sexual Misconduct, Other Disturbing Behavior By Teachers, Staffers At Chicago Public SchoolsAn investigation into last school year by the Chicago Public Schools inspector general found more than 30 instances of disturbing behavior by teachers and others who work in the schools.