Monday is the first day back to school for Chicago Public Schools teachers and the Chicago Teachers Union addressed its ongoing safety concerns within CPS this morning.
CPS layoffs 440 teachers and support staff, and the Chicago Teachers Union are outrages over it.
Leaders of the Chicago Teachers Union agreed Monday to let thousands of union members vote on a proposed deal to get students back into classes.
Chicago Public Schools leaders extended remote learning Monday for two more days and called for a "cooling-off period" in negotiations with the teachers’ union, citing progress but not a full agreement on COVID-19 safety plans for returning to schools.
CTU President Jesse Sharkey says the CPS plan to bring teachers and students back starting January 4th is forcing its members to choose between their livelihoods and staying safe.
The push to get kids in the classroom is gaining momentum after the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board denied an injunction requested by the Chicago Teachers Union.
Chicago Public Schools students will begin the new school year next month at home with full-time remote learning, according to a report.
Chicago Public School families are supposed to decide by Friday if they will send their kids to class next month. But teachers say it is not safe.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants the Chicago Teachers Union to call off its strike before there's agreement on a new contract, but the union isn't having any of it.
We're just six days away from a Chicago teachers strike unless a deal can be reached between the city and the union before then. One person trying to get it done is CTU President Jesse Sharkey.
One day after the start of a new school year for about 350,000 students, the Chicago Teachers Union set a date for a strike authorization vote.
Chicago Public Schools officials have started notifying hundreds of teachers and support staffers that they will be laid off at the end of the school year but that most of them will eventually be re-hired.