A contract deal with the Chicago Teachers Union is unlikely before Monday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Saturday, suggesting the ongoing strike is likely to extend into next week.
Payton teachers arrived in front of school in the faint light of early dawn Thursday, settling in for hours of picketing as the first day of the citywide Chicago Teachers Union walkout began.
Chicago Teachers Union members voted overwhelmingly this week to authorize a strike if a contract deal is not reached soon.
The success around Payton continues to glorify the numerical and statistical achievement of its students. The admitted class of 2020 has yielded an entrance exam score of 896 […]
As now widely reported, Chicago Public Schools has gone through with mid-year layoffs due to the district facing a hundred million dollar budget deficit. With the anticipation earlier this year being […]
Second semester cuts became a reality for many CPS Principals today. After the threat of layoffs due to the district’s place of blame on the union’s rejection of a “good” contract, principals […]
Recap of CTU Rally on Wednesday, February 4 Over five thousand students, parents, teachers, and allies rallied with the Chicago Teachers Union for a fair contract and against the proposed layoffs. […]