Teachers Rally In Solidarity Against Attempts Across Country To Prohibit Teaching About Realities Of Racism, OppressionDozens of teachers held a rally Saturday, pledging to teach the truth in their classrooms.
CPS Chief Education Officer LaTanya McDade Says With Return To In-Person Learning, Schools Face Staffing Issues And Other HurdlesSo far, so good – that is how Chicago Public Schools officials describe the first week of in-person learning for kindergarten through fifth-grade students.
LIVE UPDATES: Thousands March In The Loop For Chicago Teachers Union RallyThe Chicago Teachers Union rally is underway as thousands of protesters march through The Loop Thursday.
Chicago Teachers Begin Vote To Authorize Strike Next MonthChicago teachers are voting on whether to authorize a strike next month as contract negotiations continue in the nation's third-largest school district.
Teacher Drops Everything To Help Former Student, A New Mom, Attend Job FairA Chicago teacher dropped everything to help a former student, who is a new mom, attend a job fair.
CPS Asks Teachers To Go To Arbitration To Avoid StrikeChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool on Wednesday urged the teacher's union to agree to resolve their contract disputes though arbitration and avoid a strike.
Vacancies For Qualified Teachers In Chicago On The RiseA skills shortage in Chicago is resulting in a high demand for teachers.
Chicago Teachers Picket, Demand New ContractJust two weeks before the start of the new school year, the Chicago Teachers Union is ratcheting up the pressure on the school board for a new contract.
Chicago Teachers To Take Strike Authorization Vote Next WeekThe Chicago Teachers Union says it will conduct a strike authorization vote next week.