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CTU News on COVID-19
Stay informed and take action for student and educator safety
Addressing the Pandemic and Its Impact on Our School Communities
The CTU continues to advocate to CPS to ensure our students’ needs are met, as well as demanding city and state leaders expand supports for children and families during the COVID-19 crisis. That’s why we’ve signed onto The Right To Recovery campaign to address the underlying injustices that have fueled our issues.
Resources to Aid School Communities
CTU staff have been compiling and vetting resources available for our students and their families to cope with the COVID-19 crisis. From healthcare to housing assistance, from food assistance to unemployment rights and including regional and mutual aid resources, this page is a hub of supports for our school communities.Resource Hub Student Borrower COVID-19 Relief
PPC and PSC Remote Guidance
Professional Problems Committees (PPCs in district schools, PSCs in charter schools) are crucial for establishing workplace norms collaboratively. Find guidance about remotely convening these essential bodies established by our contracts.
Quest Center PD
CTUF Quest Center continues to support members through the re-licensure process all professional development (PD) needs by continuing to provide high-level, online PD offerings that are either Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) PD Hour bearing, CPS Lane Placement Credit bearing, or both. In addition, they offer some short but impactful PD offerings that can be attended and completed in about an hour online.
Those PD offerings include:
- Distance Learning During School Closures
- Google Meet and Chat For Online Communication
- Scratch: Anyone Can Code Online
- Exploring the World Without Leaving Your Chair: Google Maps, Earth, Arts & Culture
- How Can I Read If I Can’t Go To The Library? E-books To The Rescue!
- Google Forms: Assessment From Afar