Saturday, October 16, 2021
By Tracy Swartz Chicago Tribune Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union are at “an impasse” in negotiations over the fall reopening of schools with less than two weeks until students return for in-person learning, CTU President Jesse Sharkey...
By Tracy Swartz Chicago Tribune Chicago Public Schools students, teachers and staff will be required to wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status, when they return to classrooms next month, the district announced Thursday. “Based on feedback from our public...
The fourth-ranked school in the nation now faces its second leadership change in as many years as complaints again rocked the Near North Side school. By Nader Issa@NaderDIssa The principal at Walter Payton College Prep is stepping down this summer...
By Lauren Victory It’s one of the most exciting times for high school seniors: signing day. You’ll typically hear that term used as a celebration of athletes that are committing to college sports teams, but here in Chicago it can...
After struggling through more than a year of remote learning, Dolton School District 149 finally received some encouraging news: An infusion of federal COVID-19 dollars would allow the district to launch a vibrant summer school program aimed at bridging...
Some families, educators and experts are arguing the past 13 months weren’t a loss at all — and a debate is growing over how best to support students moving forward. By Nader Issa There were some tough days for Alanna...
By Gregory Pratt, Hannah Leone and Karen Ann Cullotta Chicago Tribune Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson, who rose from a CPS Head Start student to lead the district through a teachers strike and the COVID-19 shutdown, will leave her post...
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune The Chicago Teachers Union is asking Chicago Public Schools to delay reopening high schools and provide vaccines to eligible students and families, even as the two sides attempt to negotiate an agreement to bring high...
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune Elementary students are signing up for in-person learning at higher rates than a few months ago, but their high school peers are trailing behind, according to the latest survey data released by Chicago Public Schools. While...
By Elyssa Cherney Chicago Tribune Colleges and universities across the state are betting on a more complete return to in-person learning this fall, but it’s not clear if those plans will come to fruition at this stage of the pandemic. The...
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