Chicago Public Schools Teachers Return To Classrooms Amid Tentative COVID-19 Safety Deal With Teachers' Union; Students To Return To Class TomorrowWith a tentative COVID-19 safety agreement reached, teachers will be returning to Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday, and students will return in person on Wednesday.
'I'm Happy': Cassell Fine Arts, Mount Greenwood Elementary Reopen For Students And Teachers As CPS And CTU Negotiate Return To School“Our teachers here have our kids best interest in mind. They want this all to be over with and back to normal."
Chicago Public Schools Classes Canceled Again Monday As City, Teachers Union NegotiateAs a school showdown drags on for a second week, there is definitely no class for Chicago Public Schools on Monday. 
Chicago Teachers Union, Chicago Public Schools Continue Battle Over Return To In Person LearningThe battle continues between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union in getting students back to school. 
Talks Continue, Legal Filings Fly As CPS Classes Remain Out Over Remote Learning Fight; CPS Now Hopes Agreement Will Come To Get Kids Back To School MondayChicago Public Schools students on Friday were heading into the weekend facing another day of possible canceled classes Monday - while city officials said talks with the teachers' union "must be concluded this weekend."
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.
CPS Reports Record Number Of New COVID Cases, Amid Fight With CTU Over Return To In-Person ClassesChicago Public Schools officials have reported a record number of new cases of COVID-19 among students and staff, as the district's dispute continues with the Chicago Teachers Union over the return to in-person learning.
Teacher, Chess Coach Joseph Ocol Comes To School Despite Remote Learning Vote, Says COVID Safety Measures Should Not Be Done In 'Sweeping Way'We know very few teachers showed up to school on Wednesday – but some did.
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.
CPS Cancels Classes Wednesday After CTU Votes To Return To Remote LearningClasses are canceled at Chicago Public Schools Wednesday. 
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.