With threats of termination, Mayor Lightfoot and Janice Jackson welcome teachers back to the classroom.
Teachers, parents, and students have to decide if CPS can keep COVID-19 out of the classroom.
If anything points to the need for an elected CPS school board that’s independent of the mayor, this is it.
Also, CPS alters plans to shut down three Englewood high schools over the summer.
Also, local and national progressive Democrats target Congressman Dan Lipinski.
The mayor brings in a new CPS CEO, Janice Jackson, just in time to shutter more schools.
Also, Janice Jackson’s rise from CPS student to CPS CEO.
Also, every Chicago police patrol officer now has a body camera.
Also, less than a quarter of Chicago teens reportedly attend their neighborhood public high schools.
Also, small, regional state universities are struggling to stay open without state funding.
With a straight face, CEO Forrest Claypool says the system is stable.
A brief primer on the surprisingly heated race for the presidency of the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association.
The district did say LaRaviere is free to run for head of the principals’ association.
Rahm’s schools CEO is putting a new spin on an old Chicago budget trick.