CTU Files Complaint Against CPS Regarding COVID-19 SafetyThose workers said not everyone at CPS is wearing masks or practicing safe social distancing.
Back To School For CPS StudentsThe start to this school year is anything but traditional. It's all remote for more than 300,000 CPS students.
On First Day Of School In Chicago, Mayor Lightfoot Confident CPS Tech Bumps Will Be Smoothed Out"The goal is to make sure that this is a successful year despite some of the challenges that we face in remote learning. There's a lot of excitement and I have no doubt that this is going to be a fantastic year."
CPS Families Can Pick Up Free Meals At More Than 450 Sites Starting TuesdayStarting Tuesday, Chicago Public Schools families can pick up free meals at more than 450 sites. 
Start Of All-Remote CPS School Quarter Leaves Some Parents In Search Of Child Care OptionsThe school year starts Tuesday for the Chicago Public Schools with all-remote learning.
As School Year Begins, Schools Prepare For New Frontier In All-Remote Or Hybrid LearningIt’s back to school time for kids all across Chicago, as Tuesday marks the first day of classes for Chicago Public Schools and several charter schools – though not in the way any of us are used to.
As First Day Of Remote School Approaches, Staffers At Morgan Park High School Give Students ComputersWith the start of a new and much different school year at Chicago Public Schools just around the corner, hundreds of high school students picked up new computers on Saturday.
CPS Gets Ready For Remote Learning On Tuesday"There is no ideal solution. We're in a pandemic."
Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Chicago Public Schools Tout Record 82.5% Graduation Rate For 2019-20“This is incredibly great news, especially when you consider the challenges that all of us faced over the course of this last year, particularly our students," Lightfoot said.
Remote Learning Will Prove An Extra Challenge When Both Mom And Kids Are Students“At the end of the day, I’m a mom. I want to do what’s best for me. I want to do what’s best for my career,” said UIC grad student Andrea Newberry.
Top Chicago Public Schools Official Charged With Lying To Feds During Investigation Of $1 Billion Custodial ContractPedro Soto, chief of staff to CPS chief executive officer Janice Jackson, has been charged with one count of lying to the FBI during an interview in December 2019.