The Chicago Public Schools will offer remote learning only this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports, some question whether every child will get a fair education under the circumstances.

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Community Group Demands Equal E-Learning In ChicagoThe Chicago Public Schools will offer remote learning only this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reports, some question whether every child will get a fair education under the circumstances.
Chicago Public Schools Students Won't Be Back In Classrooms This FallMayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Janice Jackson announced the decision Wednesday amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports on how a school year starting with remote learning will look.
CPS Expected To Announce Plan For All E-LearningThe plan for the 2020-2021 school year amid the pandemic came after the Chicago Teachers Union warned of a possible strike vote.
Chicago Teachers Union Warns Of Possible Strike Vote Over Remote LearningThe union is calling for only remote learning in the Chicago Public Schools as the 2020-2021 school year begins amid the coronavirus pandemic. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Illinois Teachers' Unions Prepared To Strike Over Remote Learning During PandemicThe Chicago Teachers Union plans to hold an emergency House of Delegates meeting early next week to discuss a possible strike vote, in an effort to pressure the Chicago Public Schools into starting the school year with remote learning. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
District 202 Announces Remote Learning For The FallThe District 202 Board of Education voted Monday night to start the school year with remote learning for all students, with classes beginning August 31st.
CPS Listening Session For Fall SemesterCBS 2's Jim Williams reports CPS listened to parents concerned about the new hybrid system of learning for the fall. Parents are have coronavirus concerns if the students do go back into the classrooms.
Coronavirus Pandemic Makes Plans Complicated For College StudentsMany college students are considering hitting the pause button on going away to school. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
CPS Hybrid Plan For School In The FallCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what the city and CPS have planned for COVID-19 restrictions when school starts after Labor Day.
COVID Concerns As Students Return To College This FallCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports colleges are working to make COVID-19 accommodations for the upcoming school year.
What College Will Look Like With COVID-19 PrecautionsCBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports on what students and colleges are doing to protect themselves during the coronavirus pandemic as classes resume this fall.
More than 100,000 CPS Students To Get Free High Speed InternetThe project will cost $50 million and will be funded by corporations and philanthropic organizations.
Lightfoot: High Speed Internet Plans For 100,000 CPS StudentsChicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reveled a $50 million project to provide internet access to more than 100,000 CPS students to help bridge the digital divide.
CTU Holds Video Conference On Proposed CutsA local charter school is proposing cuts to its staff.
CPS Board To Vote To Have SRO In SchoolsOn Wednesday, the Chicago Board of Education will vote on a proposal to remove Chicago police officers from city schools.
Minooka High School Students Push To Change 'Indians' MascotMinooka Community High School is embroiled in a controversy over its mascot. Some students say it is offensive, and the school is making a mockery of Native Americans. CBS 2's Jermont Terry reports.
Some Children Could Be Greater Disadvantage From Coronavirus School ShutdownsAs schools across the nation are shut down, educators are sounding the alarm on the long term-impacts the coronavirus could have on learning. CBS News’ Elise Preston reports.
CPS Suspends Meal Program Amid Weekend UnrestCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports a Chicago chef is concerned CPS children will not get necessary free meals because weekend unrest halted delivery services.
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Celebrating The Senior Class: Lauryn Agnew, Nathan Fonseca, Sofia Moreno, Zac McCarthy, Michalene Donnelly, Mattew SalgadoWe are congratulating high school seniors who are missing out on some big events due to COVID-19. This campaign is an effort to recognize their outstanding efforts and achievements.
Celebrating The Senior Class: Mary Kay Barrins, Nikki Zavodny, Gabrielle Boyas, Hannah Davidson, Jack HughesWe are congratulating high school seniors who are missing out on some big events due to COVID-19. This campaign is an effort to recognize their outstanding efforts and achievements.
Celebrating The Senior Class: Ryan St. Myers, Megan Mauch, Ma’Kayla Nelson, Summer Brownfield, Kiara BlackmanWe are congratulating high school seniors who are missing out on some big events due to COVID-19. This campaign is an effort to recognize their outstanding efforts and achievements.
Mayor Lightfoot Surprises CPS Principal With AwardTeachers and the mayor surprise a Chatham principal with an award.
Local Teacher Surprised With Golden Apple AwardMichael Stewart won a prestigious national Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching.

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