CTU Protests CPS Hybrid Plan For Instruction In The FallTeachers used a car caravan to drive home their point that the classroom is no place for anyone during the pandemic.
Chicago Teachers Union Demands More COVID-19 Protections From CityThe Chicago Teachers Union doubled up on its demands Wednesday, calling for police out of the schools but also for more protective measures against coronavirus. 
CTU Fights Staff Cuts At Some Charter SchoolsThe union said it will describe the meeting its members had with management at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
CPS Moving To Close HOPE High School In Englewood, Which Already Has No StudentsIt might seem redundant, but the Chicago Public Schools on Wednesday announced it was moving to close a school that already has no students.
Chicago Teachers Union Votes To Accept Tentative AgreementThe Chicago Teachers Union voted to accept its tentative contract with the city, the union announced late Friday.
Teachers Union To Vote On Tentative Agreement With Chicago Public SchoolsIt’s a big day for Chicago Public School teachers, as voting begins Thurday to ratify their tentative contract.
Teachers' Strike School Make-Up Days AnnouncedAccording to CPS "the make-up days must be scheduled on days on which teachers and CTU staff would not otherwise be paid."
CPS Classes Resume Friday, And Students Couldn't Be HappierParents said it was the unpredictability that made everything so much tougher, waiting every night to find out if school was back on the next day.
CPS Classes Canceled For Eighth Day On Monday, Which Will Make 2019 Teachers' Strike Longest Since 1987Classes are canceled for again for Chicago Public Schools students on Monday, CPS announced.
Effects Of Teachers' Strike Are Felt As Cross Country Runners Stand Together Despite IneligibilityThe Chicago Teachers Union and the school board met all day and into the night Saturday behind closed doors at Malcolm X College.
Despite The Teachers' Strike, Simeon Football Players Hope For a Miracle To Stay In The GameOn Thursday the IHSA threw them a lifeline. The state regulatory agency will hear two appeals from Simeon football. One is to waive the eight-game rule and put them in a playoff bracket when seeding occurs Saturday.