Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson talks about the decision to phase some students back into buildings next month.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is considering tax hikes to help plug the city’s $1.2 billion budget deficit, according to a report.
More than 40 local elected officials have written a joint letter to Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools, asking for improvements to remote learning and a better safety plan for students returning to class.
After seeing a significant drop in the number of pre-kindergarten and special education students enrolled in its online classes, the Chicago Public Schools on Friday announced that many of those children would return to the classroom by the end of December.
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Matt Lyons, CPS chief talent officer, talks about the "Teach Chicago Tomorrow" initiative and what they hope to accomplish.
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Chicago’s public school district has agreed to pay a total of $400,000 to settle two lawsuits that alleged staff members used physical force to punish two special education students.
The former chief of staff to Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
Daniel Anello, CEO of Kids First Chicago, talks about their partnership with Chicago Public Schools to make sure every student has access to remote learning this fall.
Chicago Teachers Union Vice President Stacy Davis Gates reflects on the first day of e-learning for Chicago Public Schools students, teachers and parents.
“I know this is different than what you are used to, but I wanted to make sure your teachers are here to support you,” the mayor said to students on a Zoom call.
Chicago Public Schools will begin the school year remotely on Tuesday.
The Chicago School Board has voted to renew its contract with the Chicago Police Department, keeping School Resource Officers in schools, officials say.
Chicago Public Schools Vanessa Johnson talks about her book 'No Hugs, No Bugs,' which encourages children to social distance with loved ones during the pandemic.
Two protests Saturday focused on the relationship between schools, students and armed police officers. One was held at the University of Illinois-Chicago. The other was held at Whitney Young Magnet High School. There, speakers talked about the inequalities they've experienced at CPS.
Amy Meek, senior counsel for the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights, elaborates on research that shows police encounters place disproportionate amounts of stress and anxiety on Black and brown students.
As Chicago Public Schools decide whether to keep police in their buildings, Mayor Lori Lightfoot is making changes to the city's School Resource Officer program.
Chicago Public Schools on Tuesday released a “final reopening framework” that gives specifics on how much time each grade will spend daily learning remotely as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Matthew Kurtzman, CEO of Back 2 School Illinois, talks about what they're doing to show support for teachers during the difficult times of COVID-19