Chicago Teachers Union sues DeVos, CPS over special education

The Chicago Teachers Union on Wednesday announced it is suing U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and the city’s public school district, saying its policies interfere with the education of students with special needs during the coronavirus pandemic.

CPS teacher removed during probe of 'go back' anthem row

A Chicago teacher accused of telling a Hispanic student she should go back to her own country after she refused to stand for the national anthem has been removed from the classroom while district officials investigate, the school’s principal said.

CPS inspector general steps down amid complaints

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said in a statement that she had accepted Nicholas Schuler’s resignation and thanked him “for his years of dedicated service to Chicago Public Schools and the City of Chicago.”