Volume 80, Issue 8
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In This Issue
- A family detained2
- The heartbeat of our union | President’s Message3
- A message of thanks from the Human Rights Committee | Letters4
- Thanks to all Displaced Substitute Teachers for another successful year | Letters4
- Why I voted ‘no confidence’ in Claypool | Letters4
- Pushing back against CPS budget cuts5
- A powerful organizing model to strengthen neighborhood schools5
- Sick day audit update6
- Segregation in CPS, in the crucible of corporate education reform7
- Young Artist Awards 2017 Art8-11
- Summer learning at the Quest Center12
- CTU Summer Events13
- Delegates Not Present Wednesday, June 7, 201714
- In memoriam14
- Providingfor a brother in need15
- Quest Center Professional Learning16
CTU members experience the hardships their students go through every day.
Students suffer when principals try and do more with less.
Southwest Side organizing saves jobs, pushes Board of Ed to put community first.
What’s the best way for a CPS CEO to stay out of jail and avoid being investigated? Divert money and resources away from the office investigating them.
A new report by the CTU Education Policy Department examines how the district’s history of discrimination continues to shape the experience of both students and teachers.
A teacher at North-Grand High School is grateful his union and colleagues were there for him and his family.