CPS Says 145 Teachers And Staff Were 'Absent Without Leave' On Monday, Won't Be Paid If They Don't Show Up TuesdayThe Chicago Public Schools on Monday said 145 school employees were classified as “absent without leave” as in-person classes for some students resumed.
Chicago Public Schools To Resume In-Person Classes On Monday, But Not Clear How Many Teachers Will Show UpThe Chicago Public Schools will resume some in-person classes on Monday, but it remained unclear whether teachers will actually show up.
CPS 'Pods' For Kids With COVID Symptoms Raising Concerns; 'They Are A Last Resort'"We have put in, as a last resort, some of those same structures that hospital are using when there is overflow."
CTU: Teachers Should Be Able To Opt Out Of In-Person Learning Because Of COVIDCPS CEO Doctor Janice Jackson said many CPS parents are essential workers, and don't have the option of staying home and supporting remote learning.
CPS Says In-Person Learning Will Resume Next Week; CTU Continues Strike ConsiderationBoth the teachers union and Chicago Public Schools held press conferences Tuesday morning, in what is becoming a showdown over remote versus in-person learning.
Setback For CTU: Plea Rejected To Keep Kids From In Person LearaningLast week, CPS officials said they've been talking to CTU since November 1, but the union has not provided any specific proposal to improve the district's current plan. 
Chicago Teachers Union Concerned About School Ventilation As Students Return To In Person LearningA CPS spokesperson said that since the beginning of the pandemic, the district has followed the best available guidance from experts and scientists.
While Calling For Injunction That Could Delay CPS Reopening Plan, Chicago Teachers Union Says Strike Is Not Off TableDeadlines and demands were issued Monday with regard to the return to in-person classes for Chicago Public Schools students.
Chicago Crossing Guards Get Mixed Signals About Their Employment Status; 'They Use Us As Pawns'It's been almost a month since CBS 2 reported on the uncertain job status of the city of Chicago's roughly 850 crossing guards. And they're still in limbo.
CPS Athletes Will Not Be Playing Basketball Next Month, Despite Green Light From IHSA In Defiance Of Gov. Pritzker Amid COVID-19 Surge The Illinois High School Association this week said it planned to go ahead with high school basketball practices last month in defiance of Gov. JB Pritzker’s new guidance that places the sport in a high-risk category – but Chicago Public Schools athletes will not be taking to the court.
CPS Families Face Deadline Wednesday To Resume Pre-K, Special Education Classes In-Person Learning In Second QuarterSome Chicago Public Schools parents are facing an important deadline Wednesday.